From historic strides to stifling restrictions, the harrowing tale of Afghan women's rights amid conflict and Taliban rule.
Pakistan's domestic workers endure abuse, lack legal protection, and need societal change.
Tehmina Durrani's 'My Feudal Lord' is a heart-piercing memoir that highlights the issues of women's rights in a deeply patriarchal Pakistani society.
Gender-based violence — a pervasive problem, perpetuated by societal biases against women and reinforced by the language we use to discuss it.
The dilemma of Pakistan's conservative society, fearful of the feminist uprising, and — the quest for women's empowerment in the lower rungs of patriarchy.
Women's rights movements in Pakistan, such as Aurat Azadi March, face backlash due to the perception that empowerment is a western idea.
Victim blaming is now very normal in our patriarchal society and the most unfortunate fact is that many of our women are also supporters of this anti-women narrative.
It’s past time we stood up to this toxicity and tried to make the planet a better place for ourselves and others!
Feminism is a struggle against the patriarchal culture of the society that instils in individuals, from the early stages of life, which lead to discrimination.
In a single month a total of eight women lost lives in domestic violence and honour killing while the public and media are completely reckless.