International Women’s Day was celebrated on the 8th of March and women from all over the world participated in the women march, showing everyone that they are capable of protecting their own rights and they will support each other and will fight against anything that comes in their way!
— soha (@SohaTazz) March 9, 2018
#AuratMarch2018 became a trending topic in Pakistan and we saw women from every background participating in this rally. There were many interesting slogans and banners that these ladies made to highlight the issues in their own way, making it even more interesting!
— zoha (@kalkacult) March 8, 2018
Some discouraged the social behavior and attitude that divides tasks on the basis of gender. This has to be the yummiest way to speak about this issue!
— AuratMarch2018 (@AuratMarch2018) March 8, 2018
“The Fall of Patriarchy” and More Power to the Women! These ladies surely put a lot of thought in these!
— Sehar Tariq (@sehartariq) March 8, 2018
Still not over how amazing #AuratMarch2018 was, the energy in the air was electrifying. Been feeing so jaded lately but seeing so many women in Karachi come together in a way I’ve never seen before was uplifting to say the least. THANK YOU FOR YESTERDAY LADIES, IT WAS BEAUTIFUL! pic.twitter.com/WWDt2gvivf
— Anum R. Chagani (@Anumero_1) March 9, 2018
A great environment with lots of positive energy!
Through @HFEMCollective, @HabibUniversity sent a bus full of students to the #AuratMarch2018. This is the kind of support we need from our faculty and institutions to make change happen. A lot of work has been put into making Habib feminist, and I'm excited about the future. <3 pic.twitter.com/VqPztjQn0x
— Sano. (@DukhiSano) March 8, 2018
This one came up with the best way to raise this particular issue and it has laready become one of the meme on social media!
It's funny how this banner is giving major burns to desi men and many women too (sigh) . Kia ye "make me a sandwich" ki tarah viral meme nh banta please @sheikhimaan ?#AuratMarch2018 pic.twitter.com/HQeCKizZmH
— Surhan Badar (@surhanbadar) March 10, 2018
And many more..
— Seerat Khan (@seeratkhan92) March 8, 2018
This march created a debate on social media and our young actress, Sarah Khan, also participated in the discussion and posted her opinion on this particular picture from the #auratmarch2018 on her Instagram account.
This is something what you all need to understand that “parhai kee saath 100 feesad tarbiat ki bhe zaroorat hotee hai (TARBIAT MATTERS A LOT)” This is not how it should be done. Are you asking for your rights or are you trying to disrespect other women? If one is siting home in pardah taking care of her man and the family , she’s busy maintaining her home you’re pointing out it to be wrong and naming it “laash” ? If this is what our women want as their “right” ! I’m with our men, totally. #antifeminism #womeninhijabarebeautifulandfree
Read it below!
Sarah Khan thinks that even though this march was all about women empowerment and supporting other women, but this thinking that women who stay at home and take care of their family are in any way inferior to others is not cool.
Sarah Khan’s follower seemed to support her opinion and were happy that someone finally spoke about this!
It’s all about supporting each other not controlling their choices!
People have different opinions about the issues raised in this women’s march and the discussion on social media is still going on!
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