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Outrage in Pakistan after Art Council holds feminism debate without any WOMEN
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One woman was listed on the original event line-up, panel host Uzma al-Karim, however social media users remarked that her name was not featured prominently on the event literature. The Arts Council of Pakistan tried to defend the initial panel by saying the male decision-makers on the original panel were invited to share views on feminism. One of the male panelists, Jibran Nasir, admitted that the title was 'misleading' and that he had requested that the organisers changed it. Some Pakistani social media users condemned the Arts Council of Pakistan for trying to host an all-male panel on feminism calling it 'the only perspective we've been listening to'.

Nasir said that the panel was about 'men talking to other men about rethinking masculinity and why as men we need feminism. Nasir added that the panel's intention was not to 'explain feminism' or 'talk about women's issues as men. Some social media users chose a humorous approach to criticise the Arts Council event.

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Some social media users chose humour over anger, with male comedian Shehzad Ghias Shaikh mocking the panel by saying he would follow up the event by hosting a 'workshop on how to menstruate. Al-Karim, who was involved in organising the event, took to Twitter to respond to the furore, acknowledging that the all-male panel 'hurts the sentiments of many. Debate host Uzma al-Karim responded to the outraged social media reactions on Twitter. The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline.

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