Home Pakistan Governance The women hanging out in all-male tea houses PakistanGovernanceWomen The women hanging out in all-male tea houses By BTH - April 6, 2016 1187 2 Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Development کالم BTH Gallery ترکی کے سابق وزیراعظم اربکان کے بیٹے فاتیح اربکان نے ”یانیدن رفاح پارٹی” کی بنیاد 2018 میں رکھی۔ یہ ترکی کی... Horizons with Ahmad Jawad پانی بچاو- ملک بچاؤ Horizons with Ahmad Jawad پاکستان میں گذشتہ 35 برسوں میں ہونے والے بڑے فضائی حادثوں کی تاریخ متاثر کن نہیں ہے؟ احمد جواد Feed Challenges & Dynamics of Agriculture in Pakistan By Asif Sharif Traditionally, public spaces, like everything in Pakistan, are dominated by men. But now women are venturing out into male-dominated tea houses for the first time. Women try not to loiter on the streets for long, for fear of harassment and because generally it is socially unacceptable. A few months ago, a group of women in Karachi decided that they were going to reclaim their place in public spaces like teahouses, or Dhabas. The campaign became very popular on social media, but some of the women say they get stared at when they sit in the cafes among the men. The BBC’s Shaimaa Khalil went to meet two female members of one of Karachi’s teahouses. Source Comments are closed.