Social conditioning frames our response to harassment: as young girls, for example, we're conditioned to be polite.
I wonder if we'll ever live without the fear that you or your loved one will never return as they step out of the house.
It is mind boggling how the sight of women with men on motorbikes isn’t 'beyhayai' but women alone on motorbikes is.
Reham Khan and Imran Khan have decided to part ways. And it seems, we too, decided to part ways with decency.
It is an obfuscation that serves to perpetuate these atrocities and normalise their occurrence as a routine of violence.
That a discussion in an 'elite' university can shake up the corridors of power says much about the state of affairs.
Our temporary outrage, our temporary grief, all proudly flaunted in our glossy garb of 'resilience'.
Charged and polarised, political arguments are splitting the society; you have no option but to pick a side.
What Imran advocates right now is rebellion against the Pakistani state itself.