Search Results for Tag: Ayesha Hasan
Date27.11.2014 | 15:14
We don’t accept the severity of situations until we find ourselves in tough spots. Some of us remain silent while others seek help. I choose to write about it.
Date18.11.2014 | 11:14
The journey from pregnancy to motherhood is a transition I am certain I share with all women on road to motherhood, specifically first-time-mothers. However, what was shocking for me was that during this time, I became a target of the most anti-feminist and sexist comments that I had ever heard. With feminism and sexism so relative to cultures, I have documented a list of top five comments that I found most offensive.
Date13.10.2014 | 13:29
“Who spends 300 dollars on a girder belt?”
“A woman who is in charge of her sexuality and not afraid of change.”
Date25.06.2014 | 12:24
I am sick and tired of this, sick to death, sick to the bones of listening to statements that would in any way treat women ignominiously or as lesser creatures than men.
Date10.06.2014 | 14:41
As I started to write this blog today, a fellow journalist back in Pakistan tweeted about an attack on his cousin, a school headmistress in the Charsadda city of the northern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) province.
Date03.06.2014 | 14:45
Which colour would you like to wear on the most important day of your life? I say peach. But unlike me, most women in Pakistan would prefer wearing black, according to a Gallup survey in Pakistan. The empirical research was conducted to mark women’s day and was released recently. It studied several women’s issues, including their favourite colour and forms of violence they had been subjected to.
Date24.07.2013 | 12:52