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Sexual ‘Liberation’ and Class Struggle in Contemporary Pakistan

Four years ago, Vice published an essay I wrote on Pakistan’s “hook-up culture.” Initially upon submission, the piece was less of a personal essay and

Featured Stories Opinion

Love and the mango women of Pakistan

From an unerring codification of female characters stamped between the great pillars of the Mughals to recalling the tragedies encompassed by the folklores of Sassi Panu

Featured Stories Opinion

The silver lining of dropping out of university

The forbidden treachery, the disgrace, the quixotic visionary, and the disappointment is what a university dropout is commonly referred to as. From phuppos murmuring how useless you are to uncles giving you

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Gaining weight after 25 and what it teaches you about society

I double over laughing as I hold my saree blouse from my high school farewell against my waist; it barely even spans over half my

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Inside the head of a desi f*ckboy

Swineryy’s characters, however exaggerated they may be, mirror our society. We know these characters, we’ve met them at birthdays and even family dinners, and some

Featured Stories Politics

Woman Brutally Attacked By Husband And Brother-In-Law For “Refusing To Make Tea”

A woman from Mian Channu, Khanewal was allegedly struck with axes by her husband and brother-in-law for refusing to make tea According to the FIR

Opinion

5 Things The Pakistani Society Can’t Handle When It Comes To Women

Disclaimer: The following is an anonymous submission. The views and opinions expressed belong to the author alone. To say that the Pakistani Society treats men

Editorial Politics

12 Ahmadis That Keep Most Of Pakistan Up at Night

The hashtag ‘Ahmedi’ has been trending in Pakistan again, after Attock Assistant Commissioner Jannat Hussain Nekokara was forced to apologise for speaking about equal treatment of

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PewDiePie fans hack Wall Street Journal to issue an apology on their behalf

PewDiePie fans are doing all they can to beat T-Series and help PewDiePie to be the first one to reach 80 million subscribers on YouTube.

Editorial Opinion

Jalib’s Legacy turned Laborer

Habib Jalib was a revolutionary poet, a politician, opposer of the martial law, an activist and a “poet of the masses.” Jalib died 25 years