Radical Feminism; A Question Mark on Society

Radical Feminism means the elimination of Male supremacy in all social and economic contexts. This perspective seeks to abolish the patriarchy to liberate everyone from existing social norms and institutions. This movement is rising nowadays in Pakistan, which will lead to an ultimate disaster. The supporters of this movement are just shielding themselves behind this Radical Feminism slogan. On the back edge, they’re simply extremists. Genders are made by society and conflicts are also forced upon them. These specifications of gender have risen up a war which will destroy the foundation of society. The need for society is not equality but equity.

I’m not an anti-feminist person as I’m women too, but I stand against this emerging perspective which is giving birth to an unleash demonic force.  As we’re living in an Islamic country and the majority of the population is Muslims so according to our common religious beliefs, we must believe in equity. If one person dominates and the other subordinates, there is no shame in it. The person who leads or dominates has more responsibilities to perform whereas the subordinate somehow is in a safe zone. If we talk about a family unit, the husband and wife are the two most important pillars of it. Both cannot dominate at a time. If they’ll there will be a collision and disaster will be taken place as if there were two Gods to rule over this universe, the system was destined to collapse same goes with this family unit scenario.  There must be a one-person who takes authority and responsibility. This person must be a strong-headed, focused and determined person. Usually, males perform this duty and I don’t think so that females should retaliate to this, and take these excessive burdens on their shoulders.  Women have many other responsibilities on them and men cannot handle those responsibilities as women do.

Women are the one who builds the home (an abstract idea) whereas man builds a house (a concrete idea). A home is where you feel happy and secure whereas a house provides a shelter.  Both are incomplete without one another.  We must take privilege in performing our duties which are assigned to us by God without questioning.  God has given a unique quality of ‘Patience’ to women and being a woman we must acknowledge this power of ours rather thinking of it as a drawback of our personality. If we have this extraordinary power of being patient then why not take advantage of it? Instead of being outraged and standing in front of our opposite gender as a competition. Be their supporters, not competitors. Life will be much easier by taking this initiative rather than be a part of radical feminism.

“The mess we are living in is a deliberate one. If it was created by people, it can be rebuilt in a way that serves all, rather than a selfish hoarding few.”
(Reni Eddo-Lodge)

Written By: Ghumama Amjad

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51 Responses

  1. Eman says:

    Muchh needed.. Greatt❤️

  2. Neha Awan says:

    Emerging issue…..
    Ghumama you wrote it very well

  3. Jahanzeb says:

    Well done
    mashaAllah
    Lovely piece of writing
    And I second your opinion
    Hats off

  4. Hirarai says:

    Worth reading♥️

  5. Abou Bakar says:

    Great work well done

  6. Bint E Ch says:

    Well done Ghumama…May Allah pak bless you with More success…very good spirit lrki

  7. Najaf Liaqat says:

    An article on important issue. Well written. Women can live as subordinates but they should have equal rights, right to speak, right to take some decisions like number of children they want to have , right to say no. And men should respect their subordinates and their rights too. Then society can progress in a nice smooth way.
    Good topic, great work, well done Ghumama

  8. Shehnaz Gull says:

    Good one

  9. Ashna Asim says:

    Totally agreed! Good job Ghumama

  10. Madiha says:

    U hv done a great job here by writing this article .. The power of ur words is so motivational n inspiring .. This is the most common nd most important topic nowadays .. The part which I love most is where u say “BE THEIR SUPPORTERS NOT COMPETITORS”

  11. Yasir Mahmood says:

    Great… Thumbs up

  12. Ushna says:

    Okay, though I’ve little different approach to it, you know that, but I loved it. And yeah both parties can negotiate for the best, no harms!
    It was a sensible piece of writing. Love you

  13. Mehran Shaukat says:

    This article was much needed to talk about this burning issue, many of us don’t even realize real meaning of Feminism but they show themselves as a victim of it. Great work Ghumama. Keep it up.
    And there’s a suggestion that you can turn this article into your research paper as this sounds a unique topic with an attractive topic..
    Great work

  14. Wassam birla says:

    well done sis kepp it

  15. Mehran Shaukat says:

    This article was much needed to talk about this burning issue, many of us don’t even realize real meaning of Feminism but they show themselves as a victim of it. Great work Ghumama. Keep it up.
    And there’s a suggestion that you can turn this article into your research paper as this sounds a unique topic with an attractive heading…
    Great work

  16. Hiba says:

    Worth reading

  17. Ayesha says:

    A splendid piece of writing
    Good job
    Keep it up

  18. The beautiful and damned says:

    I guess that’s true that ; it’s not the people,it is the thinking that creates a perspective

  19. Zuha says:

    Keep it up, amazing job.

  20. Dania asif says:

    Amazing …

  21. muneebashahid says:

    Really amazed

  22. Mohi Ud Din Khokhar says:

    Well organized and much needed, keep it up ✨

  23. Saqib says:

    Great smjh nhi lkn parr nai mai maza aya ❤️

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