mplementation is indeed the most crucial part. But what about culture, norms.
Norms and cultural codes are considered as the unwritten laws. These need to change as well, do they not?
There are pros and cons of every culture. You take one thing out of it and suddenly it becomes bland and robotic. Does western culture have no issues? I am not going "Whataboutism", I am saying every culture has its pros and cons.I mean. You cannot possibly deny that many cultural and social issues exist for women, don't they?
As I wrote before, no one here is defending any rapist or kidnapper. If any-one can/should, its the lawyer of the accused. I am genuinely against any kind of rape and kidnapping. Hope now it makes clear, I did write it before but hope this time, it is made clear.I have seen many times in rape cases, and kidnap cases. People saying that the girls were probably dressed provocatively, weren't covered head to toe, that it was good because this was the freedom they wanted.
So you are not making any generalizations but I am? I literally gave you examples of what type of work majority of men do in Pakistan, and that is the type of hard/harsh work that no women should do. We have certain %age of women working inside house crafting, in factories, in farms, as doctors/nurses etc. They aren't sitting in offices sipping up tea or coffee, 40% our population is in multi-dimentional poverty. Now, are you assuming I am opposed to women working? While in actuality I want them to work so that the pressure men are facing in our society is at-least lowered to some extent. And many of the families I know, both the partners are working and are having a good life. Would I want to see that more sure. But what I precieve from the marches like these is not that.What about harrassement. I can't believe your blatant generalization.