Connecting Theory and Practice: Bridging Academic Feminism and Activism in Pakistan

Authors

  • Misbah Iqba Department of English, Lahore Leads University – Lahore, Pakistan Author
  • Maria Khalid 2 Visiting Faculty - Institutions of Lahore – Punjab, Pakistan Author
  • Asim Ghafoor Punjab Emergency Services Department – Punjab, Pakistan Author

Abstract

Feminism is named as the demand for equality between men and women; however, it is not easily acceptable for the so-called super-gender called men, in any patriarchal society. It is not only a phenomenon but also a chapter of life that varies day by day, though is accepted by many communities, but difficult to adopt or accept in a patriarchal society as in Pakistan. There are many factors behind acceptance or rejection, which is debatable. Either the economy, politics, society, religion, or education is the aspect to enroll it in life. This article is the demonstration of factors, which is responsible for bridging the gap between academic feminism: which is being read to the generation, excluding the reality of the physique of gender, and the activism in feminism, which is being practiced with social norms. This debate would be qualitative in nature. Though it concluded that Feminism in the society of Pakistan is not digestible for men members, however, the accelerator for equality or, even equity is slow but consistent and some of the changes are happening gradually

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Published

04-01-2024

How to Cite

Connecting Theory and Practice: Bridging Academic Feminism and Activism in Pakistan . (2024). Wah Academia Journal of Social Sciences, 2(02), 35-55. https://wahacademia.com/index.php/journal/article/view/21