Ahmed Ali Butt believes that ‘Mera Jism Meri Marzi’ means legalizing prostitution

The actor doesn’t stop there, he goes on to say that it is ‘sad’ to see people follow such ‘funded movements’.

Actor Ahmed Ali Butt has expressed his views on the slogan ‘Mera Jism Meri Marzi’. Despite the organizers trying to dumb it down to make people understand the meaning behind the slogans, it seems that the actor chooses to define it for himself.

In an Instagram story, the actor talked about how the slogan, that goes against the country’s ‘cultural values’, is being promoted in the ‘Islamic Republic of Pakistan’ ahead of the Aurat Azadi March on 8th March 2020.

“I have even less sympathy for people who exploit the so-called Mera J Merey XYZ”, he wrote.

‘’It’s a Western campaign which supports, make abortion legal, abolish the ban on organ sale and make prostitution legal”, Butt added.

The actor doesn’t stop there, he goes on to say that it is ‘sad’ to see people follow such ‘funded movements’.

“When it comes to women rights, Islam has the most rights and respect for women. It’s sad to see how we forgot that and follow a trend and funded movements’’, Butt said.

The organisers of the Aurat March have clarified the real meaning behind the slogan multiple times. But, for some odd reason, people are trying their best to force their own assumptions on it.

What does it mean?

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Posted by Womanistan on Thursday, March 5, 2020

The slogan ‘Mera Jism Meri Marzi’ stands for bodily autonomy and independence for women. It simply means to be able to have the right to choose in matters involving their body.

The so-called ‘offensive’ slogan stands for giving women the right to choose how many children they want and when they want to.

The real question is, why is the slogan that asks for a woman’s fundamental right is being labelled ‘vulgar’, ‘fascist’ or ‘western agenda’?

CJ Islamabad High Court Justice Athar Minallah has rejected the arguments put forth by the petitioner in a complaint against the Aurat March, saying that the slogans of the march should not be misinterpreted because they have been clarified by the organisers.

He further said that the marchers were demanding implementation of the rights that have already been given to them in Islam. He condemned the ‘tribal mindset’ and said that the people should be looking at revolutionising the society, not pulling it backwards.

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  • Search “My body, my choice” slogan used by Western feminists. Mera Jism, Meri Marzi is a direct translation of that. The slogan relates to abortion and that a woman has the penultimate right to her body and to decide the fate of the soul in the womb whether she wants to grow it to term or not.

    It is a pro-abortion slogan for the promiscuous women.


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