Malala Yousafzai believes every woman has the right to dress as she pleases 

By: News Desk
Published: 02:35 PM, 7 Mar, 2022
Malala Yousafzai believes every woman has the right to dress as she pleases 
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Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai has lately taken to her Instagram handle and shed light on one of her very strong beliefs concerning the need to stop objectifying women.

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The Pakistani activist believes that women should dress exactly the way they please and no one has the right to tell them what to do. If someone chooses to dress bold, it is their choice entirely. Whereas if someone opts for reserved clothing, no one has the right to comment on that as well.

Furthermore, the massively celebrated public figure has shared a picture of herself posing at a serene location on her social media handle. With this snap, Malala chose to talk about a matter which definitely needs recognition.

In her long caption, Malala has expressed the need to stop discussing everyone’s wardrobe choices and instead focus on issues that need addressing.

Here’s the caption for Malala’s latest post: “Years ago I spoke against the Taliban forcing women in my community to wear burqas — and last month I spoke against Indian authorities forcing girls to remove their hijabs at school. These aren’t contradictions — both cases involve objectifying women. If someone forces me to cover my head, I will protest. If someone forces me to remove my scarf, I will protest.”

She further stated: “Whether a woman chooses a burqa or a bikini, she has the right to decide for herself. Come and talk to us about individual freedom and autonomy, about preventing harm and violence, about education and emancipation. Do not come with your wardrobe notes."

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