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Arshad Sulahri: A detailed answer to the objections on the need to repeal Section 377 of the Pakistan Penal Code

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4 mn read As usual, my previous article on section 377 of the Pakistan Penal Code was criticized for wanting to promote homosexuality. However, due to lack of information about section 377 and ignorance of the real rights, section 377 The conclusion was misunderstood that the author was advocating sexual misconduct and rape. Therefore, it was necessary to explain in detail what Section 377 actually means. It was enacted in 1860 in more than 80 other slave states, including the Union Jack.

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Arshad Sulahri: Why is the Government of Pakistan scaring me?

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3 mn read I received a call from the official number of Islamabad on September 24, 2020, at 2 o’clock. It was said that a petition has been filed against you in the Cyber Crime Wing of Pakistani Federal Investigation Agency. According to the complainant, his articles and activities on social media are against the state. The office was asked to clean up; otherwise, unilateral action will be taken. As soon as I heard the call, blood sugar and blood pressure rose due to fear and anxiety. I wanted to hide the matter from the family, but my wife had heard it.

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Bilal Balouch: The double standard of Pakistan and Pakistani religious groups

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3 mn read Last week one Pakistani National attacked in Paris, and he seriously injured two innocent people. Hassan Mahmood, 25 years Pakistani National, attacked two TV production employees with a meat cleaver in Paris, France, and both Journalists became seriously injured. He came to France 2018 from Mandi Bahauddin, Central Punjab Town of Pakistan. According to local […]

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Perseus: Social media needs more humanity

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3 mn read In 2019, Emersys reported that an estimate of 3.2 billion people around the world use social media, with people spending on average more than an hour-and-a-half on social media every day. With the use of social media being so widespread, it is not surprising that Ofcom, the United Kingdom’s regulator for communications services, found that 45% of adults in the United Kingdom get their news from social media. With many countries experiencing a resurgence of Covid-19, social media is a vital tool for people to keep in touch with each other, as well as stay connected with the wider outside world.

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Arshad Sulahri: Women are not the property of the market, my body is my basic human rights

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3 mn read With the echo of the Women’s March 2020, my body has once again started objecting to my will and as a precaution, a man has also filed a writ petition in the court against the Women’s March to stop the Women’s March, which the court has approved for hearing. Last year too, several men went to the High Court to register a case against the organizers of the march. On social media, many men have been calling for a ban on women’s marches and some men have been inventing new abuses for women that women are coming back on March 8.

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Arshad Sulahri: Why do women like homosexuality?

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2 mn read Long time ago, I wrote an article on the subject of homosexuality in which only men were mentioned in relation to homosexuality. The article was about a few meetings. The article under review is also a conversation based on the personal experiences and observations of some young and middle-aged gay women. I will try to convey the views and words of gay women to the readers without any change. This was in 2020 when I first had the opportunity to meet a young woman of the same sex.

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Arshad Sulahri: Why is it necessary to repeal Section 377 of the Pakistan Penal Code?

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2 mn read The statement of fear is popular in Pakistan. Fear is an effective weapon of illegitimate governments. General Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq had seized power but remained in fear till his death. The country and the nation are still suffering the consequences. Fear, oppression, and tyranny destroy the lives of nations. The present covenant is for human rights […]

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Perseus: Has Mulan brought honour to the Disney family?

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4 mn read There is often a lot of excitement associated with releases of Disney films, and Mulan was no different. The long-awaited live action remake of Disney’s Mulan finally opened in the Mainland of China this weekend following a straight to streaming release on Disney+ in other countries earlier this month. Despite how anticipated Mulan was with many Disney fans, potential bad publicity was never far behind any promotion of the film. In 2017, an article pointed out that Disney’s choice of actress to play the titular role, American Chinese-born actress Liu Yifei, was at least at the time considered as one of China’s worst actresses according to Douban, a Chinese IMDb-style website.