Almost During the last one decade or so, renowned international television anchors, programme producers, celebrities, actors, politicians, judges and cricketers etc have been accused all over the planet of making unwelcome sexual advances towards women, sexual intimidation, coercion and exploitation of the fair sex. Meesha Shafi’s allegations of sexual harassment against Ali Zafar. In January 2018, following the brutal rape and murder of the seven-year old Zainab in Kasur, floodgates had finally opened for abusive and villainous Pakistani men as innumerable actresses, media personalities, choreographers, publicists and dress designers like Nadia Jamil, Frieha Altaf and Maheen Khan etc had opted to come forth to share their darkest childhood experiences through heart-touching and quite eloquently phrased messages on social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook etc.
Recently, Model Eman Suleman Speaks Against Harassers and shared her opinion on her social media.
According to her social media Status ‘ Impossibly angry at fools (especially in this entertainment industry) who provide these alleged harassers with a space which gives them further latitude, and in turn, more power and influence. Don’t you get it, even if ‘INnOcenT UnTil PrOVEn GUilty,’ you’re encouraging the disgusting, vile behaviour they’ve been accused of, and also, encouraging others to do so by demonstrating that they can get away with it without any serious repercussions. What the hell is wrong with all of you? No amount of money and fame is worth it.
Though, this has been said many a time before, the conversation must keep on happening, over and over and over.
I am an opinionated woman, and will remain so – you can call it a publicity stunt or whatever you want. ‘