The internet has risen its voice against a lot of societal issues and undoubtedly, we have collectively made a difference as well. We have spoken about rights of transgenders, sexual harassment, and existing power structure, creating an acceptability for the issues that were previously regarded as tabooed. But it still remains a question whether these words are mere words or we are practically following them in our lives.
We verbally support the notion that everyone has the right to make their choices of how they want to lead their lives, but whether our views lie more on conservative end or liberal, our reaction is pretty much the same when we see someone who doesn’t resonate with our beliefs.
Our extremely obnoxious reaction to anyone who tries to challenge what we think is true shows that we have broke silence on it, but we still need to work a lot to have the capacity to practically absorb it.
Imran Khan’s third marriage has initiated a debate and of course, what we have seen before as well, the affair is being used to politically harm his image as it is the best time to do so. But what’s even more disgusting is how people are comparing Khan’s previous marriages saying that his choice has ‘downgraded’. It is not only disrespectful and intrusive of someone’s privacy, but it also reveals our extremely hypocritical behavior. Our standards to judge someone keeps fluctuating accordingly, and unfortunately, it is a collective societal behavior that has induced in our personalities.
Here is what people have to say on the subject:
— Shanzay Balouch (@shanzaykhan2) February 18, 2018
is hisab se to next topi wala burqa hoga .. 😜😜
— Hamza Shahid (@hamza_sword) February 18, 2018
Forcing a woman to reveal her face is just as bad as forcing her to hide it. These stupid so called liberals…. when will they understand that it is only and only a woman's own choice? Buzz off you losers.#MubarakImranKhan
— Shaz Malik (@shaz_Insafiyan) February 18, 2018
They all have the right to wear hat, dupatta or hijab. who are you to judge them? People like you are no different than radical extremist mullas.
— Inam Khan (@inamk6) February 19, 2018
Lets face it he tried to wrap the other two..but it did not work..
— Hassan Kamal (@hassankamal67) February 19, 2018
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