Originally Posted by Randip Singh
I had an e-mail from a friend who edits on wikipedia, on an account I used to have. He has come up against this article: Sunny Leone - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He is trying to add in that Sunny Leone is not a practising Sikh, but there are a couple of editor there who I guess specialise in pornography who wish to delete what he wishes to add probably because they wish to publicise she is a Sikh for Sales.
In any case, shouldn't people like this be excommunicated formaly from Sikhi rather than people like Kala Afghana? I mean, Ok, if she wants to be a pornstar, that is fine, but why is she claiming to be a Sikh? Has she taken Amrit? does she wear the 5k's? At best she is an apostate Sikh?
If she considers herself to be sikh and believes in the teachings (as in believes tht there is a god and the gurus were true etc) can she not call herself a sikh?
im just saying that because, imagine a guy who cuts his hair, not taken amrit, but still goes gurdwara etc. many ppl will call tht guy a sikh right?
ur probably thinking leone cant be sikh cos she does porn which is breaking the rule about lust (1 of the 5 evils i think), but where do we draw the line? cos every human has imperfections and falls victim to them right?
e.g. many sikh guys will have a bmw/mercedes, when they could get around with a much cheaper car, and donate the rest of the money to charity. breaking the greed thing. (maybe thts a bad example but im just saying we all somehow break one of the 5 evils so who draws the line)