Some Pakistani stereotypes which are absolutely ridiculous
13/Dec Some Pakistani stereotypes which are absolutely ridiculous

If we talk on a larger scale across the globe, then stereotypes are a part of every society. Regardless of the cultural, national or ethnic boundaries, we find different kinds of stereotyping depending upon the different societal attitudes. What matters most is the essence of it which is prevailing everywhere. But in Pakistan, we find it on a comparatively greater scale as compared to others. This may be because of the narrow mentality of people living here in most parts of the country or may be because of the situations getting a bit weird day by day.

Most of the stereotypes among all are specifically related to boys and girls, resulting in the showcase of boys being stronger than girls. Some of the Pakistani stereotypes are as under:

Pakistani stereotypes

Boys say this thing to their girlfriends as if she is some monster who is going to eat his family while being or phone. But again, exceptions are always there, boys who are well-educated don’t say such cheap stuff.

Pakistani stereotypes

Honestly speaking, I always love to wear the same dress as my friend’s.

Pakistani stereotypes

Hence proved. Boys can also sometimes be a victim of stereotyping.

Pakistani stereotypes

C’mon mothers, you need to start breaking the stereotypes here.

Pakistani stereotypes

Is it? Or is it not?

Pakistani stereotypes

And here comes the most practiced and also the most hated stereotype of our society. Why can’t a boy be something in between a brother and a boyfriend?

Pakistani stereotypes

Women have always been the sole victims of most of the cruelties and hardships. And even after that, it turns out to be her fault. Great!

Pakistani stereotypes

Screenshots are the reason of increasing number of breakups.

Pakistani stereotypes

Why can’t a boy be a loose character by doing all these things? Why is a girl always being tagged to be a loose character?

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Is this really a thing or what?

Pakistani stereotypes

Izzat ka sawal? I wonder why there is no Izzat ka sawal for the boy’s family who committed rape crime.

Pakistani stereotypes

Pakistani stereotypes

This ‘wahan’ needs to be replaced as soon as possible.

Ramsha Khalid
I'm a literature person with a great passion for writing.

3 thoughts on “Some Pakistani stereotypes which are absolutely ridiculous”

  1. Hi, American reader here. Can’t tell if many of these are offensive or not, because they’re written in gibberish. Stereotypical?

    1. Hahahaha no worries, next time will write something for you that you can understand. But yes stereotypes are everywhere

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