There’s something we missed in recent media coverage of the two Pakistani stories, writes feminist writer, academic Ayesha Hasan.
Date08.03.2016 | 8:24
TagsA Girl in the River: The Price of Forgiveness, Ayesha Hasan, female journalist, female writer, Honor killing, Journalism, Oscar, Pakistan, Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoi, women's rights
I read a good blog a few days ago. The title is Getting Married is not an Accomplishment, written by Natalie Brooke. In her blog the author states that society tends to see “getting hitched” as a much greater accomplishment than getting a promotion or having a great career.
Date03.03.2016 | 11:06
Tags#sexism, glas ceiling, marriage, Natalie Brooke, single, single mother, Single women, singleton, stereotypes, women's rights
We have heard about women in some countries who are accused of being witches. In most cases they are not more than innocent and socially very vulnerable women, whose situations have been taken advantage by a community that needs somebody to be blamed for any kind of misfortune. These women are often humiliated, tortured, and killed. Imagine all of those horrible things happening to children. Yes, even a two-year-old boy can be accused of being a witch. We say thank you for your comments that condemn this kind of practice!
Date01.03.2016 | 20:22
Tagsacid attack, chauvinist, contraception, housework, India, ISIS, kamasutra, pope, witch, witch-hunting, women's rights, Zika
Is it easy for a woman to talk about sexual assault that she experienced? No! It is not! Mentally it takes a lot of strength and courage to go through it again, even once. That is why some women do not file a case and keep silent. In some cases even the court of justice, not only society, rejects her “plea”. For example: Kesha’s case. Read more here!
Date26.02.2016 | 15:12
Tagsbeauty, Canada, Dr Luke, Hillary Clinton, Israel, John Kasich, Kesha, New Delhi, Nikki Fraser, Republican, Suicide Girls, USA, Women of the Wall, women's rights
A few months ago some women from Islamabad (Pakistan) organized a conference to raise awareness about rape and sexual assault. This conference was organized in one of the universities in Islamabad by the collaboration of “Gender And Woman Studies” department professionals. People from different walks of life attended the conference including politicians, teachers, students and social workers. The basic purpose of this conference was to raise awareness about the rape and harassment.
Date17.02.2016 | 12:19
Tags"Why we are so", #empowerwomen, empowering girls, empowering women, Gender and Woman Studies, gender stereotypes, harassment, Pakistan, rape, Roheena Sajid, sexual assault, women's rights, “HUM AISY KYUN HEN”