It seems as though the culture of Pakistan is incomplete without the existence of stereotypical mindsets. They are a major cause of restriction of success mostly, for the women of our country.
If one sits to go through them; they are incalculable and a part of our everyday life. Apparently, these stereotypes don’t only target the attire to achieve the label of being characterless, but many other ‘compliments’, and posting them with pictures all over Twitter has just become a new trend.
Stereotypes have always been a part of our society and there is nothing we can do about it. Below are some tweets that reveal a Pakistani’s take on this conventionalism.
Independent women cannot be good home makers, these #PakistaniStereotypes ruining many
— HUMAIMA MALICK (@HumaimaMalick) December 10, 2016
Last name ‘Ali’ ‘Abbas’ Shia hai ye. #PakistaniStereoTypes
— ? (@MiniSheesha) December 10, 2016
“Log kia kaheingey?”#PakistaniStereoTypes
— Bilal Rana (@Bilal6655) December 11, 2016
Judging a person by his culture
Example: ye memon hai kanjoos hi hoga#PakistaniStereoTypes
— Syed Jazil Hasan?? (@hassan_jazil) December 10, 2016
He is boy, he can date anyone he wants,
She is girl, she can’t date because she is girl. #PakistaniStereoTypes
— Yaqoob Nohri (@YaqoobOfficial) December 11, 2016
Unmarried Pakistani girl past the age of 30: “Shaadi say reh gayi bachaari”.#PakistaniStereoTypes
— Waleed (@i_amwaleed) December 11, 2016
We don’t know anything about Islam because it’s Molvi sab’s job. #PakistaniStereoTypes
— A T (@talal_riaz) December 11, 2016
larka bigra hua hai? Shadi kardo. #PakistaniStereoTypes bhalay larki ki zindagi tbah hojaye is chakar mai.
— Yusra ? (@hollyfreaknshit) December 11, 2016
He is a boy, he can date anyone he wants.
She is a girl, she cant date because she is a girl#PakistaniStereoTypes
— زوار دی شیخ ?? (@ZawarDeShaykk) December 10, 2016
Judge you before your looks and dressing.
— Shiza Abid (@shiza_abid) December 11, 2016
— Muhammad Faheem (@MeFaheem) December 11, 2016