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HOMOSEXUALITY IN PAKISTAN CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES
What is homosexuality? Homosexuality is romantic attraction, sexual attraction, or sexual behavior between members of the same sex or gender. It is an unnatural act which a person fulfills his sexual desires in an unnatural way. This is a grave issue that this filth increases rapidly in Pakistan. Islam is the state religion of Pakistan and about 98% Pakistanis are Muslim. In Islam homosexuality is strictly prohibited. In Quran it is clearly mentioned how Allah destroyed the Qom e Loot because of this sin. I'm very ashamed to writing this that such activities largely practiced on Deeni Madrasas where religion is being taught, we have a lot of evidences where the preacher is doing such acts.
In Pakistan it mostly found in men but there is significant increase in women as well. It has often observed that boys' in boys' hostel have sex with each other to satisfy their sexual desires and girls in girls hostel do the same. This is a harsh reality which we cannot neglect. Mostly individuals do these acts as a fun and then they get addicted to it even the married people involved in such activities this is one of the main reasons for divorce in Pakistan because male or female don’t have interest with each other. I witnessed some people who are married have children's but also involved in homosexual activities.
In past, all this was done in secret but now in major cities, such as Lahore, Islamabad and Karachi, people now wear specific clothes to make them look gay. Sadly, there are some peoples in Pakistan who were working on rights of LGBT to their point of view love is love and it is natural to do sex with same gender.
In my opinion this may be the reasons behind homosexuality in Pakistan.
Poverty is one of the major social problems which Pakistan is facing. Poverty can be cause behind the homosexuality sometimes an individual is not willing to do such acts but due to his economic condition he was compelled to involved in such activities.
Late marriage of children can lead to homosexuality. Because if their sexual desires are not fulfilled in the right way, they will go astray.
- Porn sites
This is one of the main reasons because people watch such vulgar movies on the internet and later, they become interested in doing such activities.
Several scientists concluded that one is born with a particular kind of sexual orientation and it is in the genes thus it is natural phenomena. But no conclusive proof their homosexual behavior is biological thing.
- Bad company
It is a fact that environment affect the development of an individual in different way. One's family, friend's society and experiences decide how one view life. how one feels and how he or she acts.
Sexually transmitted diseases (STD s) are diseases that can be passed from one person to another through intimate physical contact and sexual activities.
- Anal cancer
- Chlamydia trachomatis
- Giardia lamblia
- Bacterial vaginosis
- Psychiatric illness. and many more.
To conclude if a person has been subjected to this curse, he should sincerely repent to Allah and promise that he will never commit this sin again.
one can not trust doctors blindly these days.recently a campaign was launched in larkana for testing people for HIV/Aids,and more than 15 people were found affected by this deadly disease.
a doctor was allegdly found involved in using used syrings,surprisingly he also tested positive for HIV.he was sent behind the bars ,but this not compensate the loss of the those who get infected the beadly disease.
A similar campaign was launched in shikarpur and two children were found positive of HIV.the parrents ask the district health officor of the city to investigate the matter and expose the culprtis who used HIV infected syring for children
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NARCISSISTIC PERSONALITY DISORDER
Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) first described by psychoanalyst Robert Waelder in 1925, is a disorder characterized by a long term pattern of grandiosity that refers to an unrealistic sense of superiority. NPD is characterized by a long term pattern of a sustained view of one’s self as better than others. A person with NPD craves admiration and struggles with empathy. They have a sense of entitlement. Although the causes of NPD are not well studied, it is most likely to develop due to unstable identity meaning not being satisfied with yourself or often to cope with a sub-par real life.
In a country like Pakistan, there was little to no awareness about mental health issues, but that seems to be changing as time passes. People have started to acknowledge these issues and seek help. I thought I could do my part and help bring light to another disorder called Narcissistic personality disorder, which I have observed in some people I’ve met in my life. Lately narcissism has been on a rise, in real life and on social media. It’s the topic of our time and is absolutely destroying people. Scientifically it occurs in men more than women, especially in early adulthood. So it is common for adolescents to show symptoms of this disorder. Nothing has more influence on a child’s development than his or her family and environment. Being rejected as a child, excessive praise including the belief that the child may have extraordinary abilities, a fragile ego during early childhood, are some of the stimuli for this disorder. Usually a person with narcissistic disorder may show signs of depression, or dysthymia which means mild depression symptoms, but the constant need of admiration would be prominent which differs it from a major depressive disorder. It is most similar to antisocial personality disorder, but with a lack of empathy. The person displays arrogance and a distorted sense of personal superiority; he wants to establish power and control over others regardless of his actual status or achievements. You cannot reason with a person who has NPD. The person cannot tolerate criticism. It is good to be proud of your accomplishments, but there is a certain limit to that too. What made me more interested in doing research about this particular disorder was a person I was familiar with online and in person, the narcissistic blogger as I would call her, focused her content for the upper class people and the expensive places she went to. I knew her through a common friend of ours. She would present herself as some highly educated person who is familiar with many famous and important people, when in reality she could have just met them once in her lifetime, she would lie about being friends with a famous personality, brag about her accomplishments which she thought to be more important than they actually were, and exaggerate her experiences. She could not take criticism at all and was incapable of showing gratitude to other people; these are all basic traits of a narcissistic disorder. Talking to her would drain the life out of me and I would become insecure, so I thought it to be best if I just distanced myself from that kind of person. Some psychotherapists stated that spending time with a person who has NPD is like second hand smoking, the person around the narcissist would be equally if not more, getting affected mentally. But it is a mental disorder; they are not in control of their actions.
Narcissists are manipulative. They think of themselves as above and better than everybody else. You will never hear a narcissist apologize for his/her actions. Another characteristic of a narcissist person is that they always play the victim in any situation. When things aren’t going their way they are quick to blame the world and feel like a victim themselves. They use that victim persona to justify their toxic personality. My personal opinion is that narcissists are basically pathological liars, they consciously withhold truths to maintain upper-hand in situations; they lie as easily and frequently as they breathe. But the pitiful part about this is that they are deeply insecure on the inside, and are actually suffering themselves. Their own inner turmoil is what also leads them to any type of substance abuse, starting from cigarette addiction.
There are two sub types of NPD, grandiose also known as overt narcissism and vulnerable narcissistic personality disorder. People with grandiose narcissism show a heightened mood and more energy when presented by a new idea, whereas vulnerable personality disorder also known as covert narcissism will show signs of slight anhedonia but despite the affective symptoms the need for having power over others and craving admiration would remain. People with covert Narcissism usually bring out the victim role play. Genetics play a role in the diagnosis of NPD in a person. Research states that a person has moderate to high likelihood of the heritability of NPD if said disorder occurs in the medical history of his family. Similarly Environment and other social factors also exert significant influence in the development of NPD in an individual. For example lack of emotional attachment to a parental figure can be a factor, because the child thinks of themselves as unimportant and unconnected to other people. Typically making them believe that they have a defect in their personality that makes them unwanted, which further leads to NPD.
When a person has NPD it is very likely that he/she might have other disorders as well, most likely depression or bipolar disorder, which makes it harder to notice symptoms. If you encounter a narcissist it is better for you to distance yourself from that person. But if it’s someone close to you that you love and cannot leave, seek help for them, suggest therapy and try helping them cope with situations in a healthier manner. Recovery from this disorder is basically dependent on the patients themselves. It is very hard to treat people diagnosed with Narcissistic personality disorder, because they do not consider their own issues as symptoms, when a problem is not acknowledged it cannot be treated. Another difficulty is that the treatments for narcissistic personality disorder have not been studied well. Psychotherapy has proved to be helpful but it is hard to get a person with NPD to get therapy despite their mental distress. These patients are labeled as difficult and their medical needs remain untreated. It is necessary to educate both patients and their providers for the welfare of society.
The progress of any society depends upon the thoughts and dreams of the students. Desruption of minds of students is enough for the destruction of any nation.There must be a specific dream to achieve success in any field of life.We cannot achieve our goals until we work hard with a specific dream in our mind.The dreams of a student can save the nation from chaos and lead the nation to the peak of progress.Now the tragic is that how can dream comes in the mind of students.The education system of Pakistan is dependent only on a few books.Instead of developing creativity of a student he has given a lot of books to learn.The reason of the regress of Pakistan is that the dreams of students has been snatched.Now the need of society is to provide guidance to students about their destination.They should be provided awareness that they must have firm determination and a specific dream to reach their destination in their lives. The responsibility of educational institutions is to provide awareness to the students about every profession.Students should be told that how they should work from their student life to attain success in their lives and how to face the difficulties that come in the path of SUCCESS.
What was Albert Einstein famous for?
Albert Einstein is justly famous for devising his theory of relativity, which revolutionized our understanding of space, time, gravity, and the universe
WHAT IS GLOBAL WARMING? Global warming is the long-term heating of Earth's climate system observed since the pre-industrial period (between 1850 and 1900) due to human activities, primarily fossil fuel burning, which increases heat-trapping greenhouse gas levels in Earth's atmosphere.
The current population of Pakistan is 222,281,868 as of Friday, October 30, 2020, based on Worldometer elaboration of the latest United Nations data. Pakistan 2020 population is estimated at 220,892,340 people at mid year according to UN data. Pakistan population is equivalent to 2.83% of the total world population.
When realization hits:
It's funny how we humans only realize the worth of something when it is taken away from us. How we only want the things that are not given to us. How we envy others because of their luxury.
Yesterday my mother, father and siblings left for Lahore and even if it were just for a day me and my brother missed them so much.
When they weren't gone I would complain to my mother that we would never have a decent conversation because she was always busy, I would complain that my father wouldn't take us anywhere and that my siblings were always crying and throwing tantrums.
Now that they are away I do realize that even seeing them in front of my eyes alive and well was too big of a blessing, eating the food that my mom cooked for me, hugging my dad when he returned from work, comforting my siblings when they were hurt.
It's strange that how in a span of 24 hours I've realized so many things in my life that if were taken away from me I would have remained traumatized for life.
Many times in cartoons, dramas they show the protagonist as an orphan who had been bullied and abused and yet still was happy and cheerful and many times us kids create our own character of this sort to fit in the show and wish to live a life as theirs but,
It's not that easy, manning up and facing the world, when many adults struggle with this so thinking logically how could we?
In the end my point is that these annoying siblings and controlling parents of ours are the truest and purest gift of life so no matter where you are and who you are just take a second and be grateful for this gift of life.
WRITTEN BY: Anonymous
Assalam u alaikum everyone!
Today instead of writing about some small perks of society I'm here to ask you to answer some of my questions.
Have you ever felt that even after having all the blessings of the world... you're still empty?
Is it really important to express yourself among people?
Why do people think that if someone tries to rebel with society they're mad?
Why do most people think that of all people they are the ones on the right path?
Does someone really need a bad past to be depressed?
Why are psychopaths considered mad or abnormal just because they have different views of the world?
What can a person really achieve by memorizing a book to get good grades?
I wanted to write about one of these things but I couldn't find the answers to any of these and lately I've been thinking about a lot of things so please share your answers with me.
WRITTEN BY: Anonymous
The recent Peshawar bomb blast:
Listening to the news few days before we were informed of a threat in Peshawar of a bomb blast and as warned a few days later the blast happened at a religious school or commonly known as ‘madrasah’ fell victim to the blast.
With many casualties, many parents lost the happiness of their lives who knows?
Now tell me just a few days before there was talk about Pakistan being in the grey list or such and I have noticed and I’m sure others have too that whenever this topic arises a blast after is sure to happen.
Some blame it on the army while others blame some mafia or government.
An old rumour was that only the children of civilians were killed in the tragic army public attack in 2014and those of army officers were barely injured, and also that it was a conspiracy of the army.
So many rumours mixed with the truth and filled with lies I believe that as citizens of Pakistan we have to raise our voice to know what is going on in our own country. The government, the intelligence can’t fool us forever... it’s time we actually know the reality and if it is not handed to us then fight for it.
I as a citizen of Pakistan refuse to live in a country where reality is kept from me and where I am being fooled just to keep alive the reputation of some punks standing as our leaders.
The holy prophet (PBUH) always favoured truth and he never cared about the reputation of the leaders of the tribe or rich families NO he always punished one who was caught doing wrong.
My point is that all that our dear prime minister has been babbling about ‘Riasat e madeena ‘ should also take in notice that in that golden age truth ruled over lies, the sahabah knew all that was going on on the inside and the prophet worked hard and really did feel the loss of his fellow musli s as a leader unlike him who sits freely and comfortably doing nothing but wasting money that he could be using to secure the country on lavish food he doesn’t even eat.
The country belongs to us civilians not to these fake two faced punks who never even thought of spending a penny for the betterment of our country.
WRITTEN BY: Anonymous