Popular Afghan-American novelist Khaled Hosseini, whose debut novel 'The Kite Runner' was a critical and commercial success has recently revealed that his daughter, Haris, has come out as transgender. Thereafter, he shares a heartwarming note for his daughter.

In the words of Hosseini, "Our daughter Haris came out as transgender. I have never been prouder of her. She has taught our family so much about bravery and truth."

He adds that "This process was painful for her. She is sober to the cruelty trans people are subjected to. But she is strong and undaunted." Indeed, truthfulness is not a cakewalk but rather a path spread with thorns all over. Frankness has become an associated feature of the modern community but somewhere or the other it is knuckled by the conservative outlooks in society.

Hosseini is ready to be by her side every step of the way. The family of Haris extends full support to her. Hosseini discusses that transitioning is such a complicated undertaking - emotionally, physically, socially, and psychologically but his daughter had met the challenge with all grace, patience, and wisdom.

Hosseini is dejected by this news rather is inspired by Hari's fearlessness, and her courage to share with the world her true self. She has taught the world at large about bravery and truth. Following the revelation, the fans of the novelist have poured support for his daughter.

The supporters of the novelist have again extended warmth and support to his daughter. Many regards that it's a matter of pride for the father of Haris to have such a fearless child who is undaunted by the traditional folklores of the society.

It's really amazing that this generation has so much more courage to live by their truth than we ever did.

One must be vocal about his or her sexuality. It's not a matter of shame but rather a matter of pride. Although, life for transgenders is very painful. Society is all time ready to hurl some critical comments or accusations at them. Haris by being vocal about her sexuality puts into a reflection of the aforementioned.

It's just that we should look beyond the myopic view of a normal human being and should be besotted with the community present all over around. 

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