Madiha Musarrat

Madiha Musarrat (2016) is an undergraduate student in the Department of English. She can be reached via email at: madiha.mm83[at]

Misogyny: An Unending Reign of Prejudice

The oxford dictionary defines misogyny as, “Dislike of, contempt for, or ingrained prejudice against women.” However, Australian ex-Prime Minister Julia Gillard tried to redefine misogyny by saying, “Since the 1980’s misogyny has come to be used as a synonym for sexism, a synonym with a bite, but nevertheless with the meaning of entrenched prejudice against women rather pathological hatred.” Socialist ...

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Do We Need Moral Policing?

Moral Policing

We entered the 21st century some 14 years ago and we proudly say that we are civilized, however, are we really civilized? We admire the magnificent erotic statues of Khajurao, and we religiously follow the advice of Saint Vatsyayana in his famous sex manual “Kama Sutra” however we become infuriated if we see two individuals loving each other in public. ...

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