Pakistani society leaves no opportunity to constantly remind women that their paramount aim in life should be to be a "good" wife and ultimately, a mother.
Enter Qasim Ali Shah, a self-proclaimed motivational speaker and writer who thinks women should be taught just that in schools. He came under fire on Twitter after a clip of an interview of his started getting traction on the micro-blogging site.
"Go to schools where our daughters are studying and till matric, they are not taught how to be good wives, even though in a woman's life, the ultimate goal is to be a good wife and a good mother," he shared.
Someone please tell Mr. Shah that marriage and motherhood should be one of many choices available to women rather than the de facto option.
Oh wait, Twitter just did:
How about we teach men to be better husbands, better fathers?
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