In recent light of Meesha Shafi’s allegations of sexual harassment against Ali Zafar, Pakistan is at the kernel of a gripping and incredibly unfortunate whirlwind of circumstances, with debates proliferating around harassment, as the gender void widens. A number of celebrities are speaking up about the crisis, and while a plethora of opinions is splattering our already tarnished canvas, one question remains; what is to be done? International celebrities have also begun expressing their opinions, and Zaid Ali took to Twitter to express his concern.
Pakistani Vlogger Zaid Ali has also weighed in on the dire situation regarding sexual harassment
Although he made an incredibly obvious statement that isn’t really out of the ordinary, the sad truth remains that it’s still 2018 and it STILL must be stated, time and time again. He correctly said how it’s not about how women dress, it’s about the ‘mentality.’
Many disagreed with Zaid’s statements, blaming the female and implied that she’ll always be harassed depending on what she wears
With a few saying ‘seductive’ clothing ‘catalyze situations…
With some stating some odd numbers to back their opinion
And others clarifying that mentality and clothing were both entwined in a far deeper mess
Others agreed with the vlogger’s views,
With a harrowing truth that it is the victim that’s more often than not blamed
What do you think about Zaid’s tweet?