Actress Sarwat Gilani used to be one of the many stars current at the 18th Lux Style Awards held in Karachi on Sunday.
The grand event saw many stars gracing the crimson carpet – Mahira, Saba, Maya, Mawra, Mehwish, Meera Jee – all of them have been in attendance. However, as grand as the event was, it got here under fireplace by using many for being one that wasn’t a “cultural fit” owing to the attire and Yasir’s PDA-filled proposal.
Personally, I didn’t have a trouble with either. Everyone appeared gorgeous and I mean, I’m not without a doubt afflicted by PDA of any kind. But human beings nevertheless haven’t virtually gotten over the attire – the ghairat brigade is after the ladies who dared to dress up for the event.
Sarwat Gilani became a victim of this when she shared this picture. A troll in the remarks area claimed that award shows are now all about nudity after she posted this.
However, then, every other man or woman went on to discuss about how one’s focus depends on what the celebs show. That’s when Sarwat went off.
And, I mean, she’s now not wrong. It’s true. This thought of a woman is “asking for it” due to the fact of how she’s dressed comes from the victim-blaming school of thinking and is HIGHLY problematic.
The fact remains that women in our society get harassed, regardless of their attire, or any different factor for that matter. Harassment, or worse, is a frequent trip for most female and women, clearly because there is an inherent hassle within our lifestyle that allows these things to go unnoticed and unaddressed.
What do you think about this issue?