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The Cry of “My Body My Will” & Dress Codes in Pakistan

Air Hostesses Dress Code:

 No one opposes or speaks out against this “coercion” who doesn’t like and cherishes their “freedom” more, don’t do the job.

Waitress Dress Code:

No one opposes or speaks out against this “coercion” … who doesn’t like and cherishes their “freedom” more, don’t do the job.

Each Game Has A Dress Code:

 No one opposes or speaks out against this “coercion” … who doesn’t like and cherishes their “freedom” more, don’t play.

Professors at many hospitals do not allow mail doctors in their wards to enter with jeans, T-shirts and joggers. No one opposes or speaks out against this “coercion”. Who doesn’t like and cherishes their “freedom” more, don’t do the job.

Similarly, many institutions have a specific dress code that no one opposes or speaks against this “coercion” which they do not like and their “freedom” is dearer, do not do the job.

Even many formal parties and functions have a dress code that is mandatory and without which you are sent back through the gate …. just like the gentleman who was told that the party dress code I must wear a red tie. And when he arrived, he was furious that he had not been told to wear the rest of the clothes.

The rest of the clothes reminded me that there is a “dress code” up to nude beaches in which you must go without any dress otherwise. what a shame in shamelessness!!!

So, in Pakistan, when a dress code is applied to women that gives the impression that the goal is to reduce their “sexual terrorism” and prevent “sexual suicide attacks” then why the fuss? Goes on and why are all the other dress codes tolerated in the name of laughter discipline?

The reason is very simple …

In fact, we have not consciously accepted Islam as a religion, a way of life. So, every ban in the name of Islam seems to us to be just a “religious” ban, not a religious one and since we have been taught that religion is a personal matter for everyone, we find it difficult to interfere in our personal affairs or privacy. We start sighing and moaning. While all other restrictions are on a secular basis … sometimes as business and marketing accessories, sometimes for ease of movement and movement, sometimes to create a sense of “happiness”, sometimes for security reasons.

That is to say, we have accepted secularism as a religion, that is, a way of life, the real meaning of which is “secularism”. “But there is no fire and the system of life continues.

In contrast to the religion that was given to us in the religion of Allah, we have made it a mere religion, a combination of a few formal acts of worship and a “personal matter”. The biggest (polytheistic … of course … purely polytheistic) argument is, “My body, My will” because here we are not ready to conform our will to God’s will!!!

Written By: Dr. Rizwan Asad Khan

 

 

 

 

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