Shoaib Mansoor has created a new breed of rape survivor: the fearless warrior. In doing so, he trivialises rape's trauma
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Has Pioneer Book House been appropriated by the arts community as a space to exercise their own privilege?
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KLF must reassess its strategy if it wants to create positive change through language in an increasingly divided world
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We say we stand for 'empowerment' but we do so only when the terms of that empowerment are dictated by men.
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Our Ramazan outrage only proves we're fatally confused about what role religion should play in Pakistan
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Two years after Sabeen Mahmud's death, we look at how the institution she created survived its darkest hour
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