32 Of The Most Powerful Posters At Aurat March 2021

By Noor | 9 Mar, 2021

These posters at Aurat March 2021 are 🔥 🔥 🔥

Just like the previous years, this year, Aurat March took place in Pakistan on International Women’s Day to celebrate womanhood. Women from all walks of life gathered together to celebrate the power of being a woman and to fight against the deeply embedded patriarchy in the social fabric of our country.

This year too, the colorful posters and interesting slogans were highlights of the march. Here are a few favorites ones from March:

 

1. Starting off with posters at Aurat March 2021 that resonated with the current times 

 

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2. The posters at Aurat March 2021 made an attempt to proclaim, once again, what women have been saying forever – that they are not owned by anyone but their own selves

 

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3. Women all over the country came to pawri while fighting for equal rights

 

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4.  They used trending memes to discuss important issues like that of forced marriages which has stigmatized our society

 

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5. Of course, women grooved with their posters at Aurat March 2021

 

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6. They hit back at disgusting labels such as ayaashi ka samaan

 

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7. They highlighted the importance of consent with their posters at Aurat March 2021

 

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8. A few also took this opportunity to showcase posters at Aurat March 2021 that fight the patriarchal violence that women have faced for generations

 

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9. They continued to remind the men that this march is NOT about them 

 

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10. They fought for their right to existence

 

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11. And reminded that a woman’s place is in the revolution

 

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12. There is NO honor in dishonoring the women

 

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13. A few also suggested  a vaccine for patriarchy, hinting back to what’s happening all around the world currently

 

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14. Women wanted to break the shackles of haya and sharam with their posters at Aurat March 2021

 

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15. The unofficial tagline of Aurat March, “mera jism meri marzi” was reiterated with posters at the Aurat March 2021

 

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17. Some posters at Aurat March 2021 hit hard at the violence women face since birth

 

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18. One of the most commonly faced issue by Pakistani women, domestic violence, was also highlighted

 

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19. And much needed reminders to all the men were given

Saying MashaAllah would not make your harassment halal.

 

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20. Jeevan ki saathi hun maasi nahi!

 

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21. Women shared how this march was to clean house by taking out the ‘trash’

 

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22. Women commemorated the glory of all the other women who could not march

 

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23. And brought their wittiest one-liners

 

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24. Women at Aurat March 2021 were determined to bring the inqilaab they’ve been craving for so long

Source: @ZoyaAnwerNaqvi/Twitter

25. And asked for equality in practice

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26. Angry women came with their anger and glowed at the Aurat March 2021

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28. Others wanted assurances they’ve been asking for, for a long, long time now

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29. Ghar ka kaam sab ka kaam

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30. Is the violence not great enough to march?

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31. Women reminded that honor is an archaic construct

 

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32. And asked some hard hitting questions at the Aurat March 2021

 

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Comment below to tell us what your favorite poster was, and let us know if our list includes any of your favorites.

 

Check out these equally badass posters from years past:

38 Of The Most Powerful Aurat March 2020 Posters That You Absolutely Have To See

41 Of The Most Powerful Posters From Aurat March That You Absolutely HAVE To See

 


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