In my opinion Khalil Ul Rehman Qamar was being pumped by Marvi Sarmad time and again by saying ‘Mera Jism Meri Merzi’. She should have waited for her turn to speak and when he was first asking her to stop it; she should have stopped it in first place.
In Pakistan, I wonder why people try to build up a new line of rules for women. I being a woman do not support it. It is a common observation that even if even a woman breaks rule while driving the mass gather around the police “In ko janay dein ladies ko to naa rokein”. This looks odd to me.
We are living in a society where a man is proved wrong where even he is right but woman is portrayed as the submissive and proved right even if she has done wrong. We must clearly point out; the wrong in wrong situations.
By now I’m 27 years old yet I deny to say mera jism meri merzi and I would not have dared to say this phrase event when I was at half of my age as I see young girls in Aurat March. As at that time my parents had a check on me. I clearly remember a day in my life when there came Barbie Bubble gums and it had sticker tattoos. I got fascinated by that and applied it on my neck and what next came through from my parents was loaded insult and by the very moment I had to take it off. Not by just that time even now if my mom does not like any of my outfit while I am ready to go out it is a fact that I need to change it.
To say I am not against feminism but everything should stay in the limit. If my dear natives shout about feminism and equality they must see the perspective of equality in a broader manner not by justifying an inappropriate phrase.