The prevalent attitudes and misogyny of most newsrooms in Pakistan spills over at events organised by women, for women.
Caught off guard by reporters in a park, she couldn't hold her excitement when asked for an interview.
The journalist thinks workout routines on television are apparently dishonourable and vulgar.
She says, if a man can't respect us, tell him to sit at home instead of making women house-bound.
Standing in solidarity with their sisters back home, Pakistani women of the diaspora push the conversation forward.
Using the gang-rape incident to further his own political party and agenda, people called out the politician on social media
She asks, "Why is everything so difficult for a woman in this country?"
Christopher Nolan’s latest left me confused, dazed and shocked but almost always in a good way.
Public hangings only lead to further brutalisation of a society.
Currently 13 dramas are using themes of infidelity/two sisters competing for the same man; viewers can watch two affairs a day.
A woman was raped on the motorway. The police blamed her. Twitter was enraged.
Siddiqui, who was stabbed 23 times in broad daylight, was reacting to the CCPO's comments on the motorway rape case.
In a resurfaced clip from Iffat Omar's show, the actor makes light of infidelity and says #MeToo is a result of "deen se doori".
Given a prime-time slot and billed as a comedy, the show touches on subject matters well beyond its purview.