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Woman Online Rants On Uorfi Javed Negative Impacte On Minors With Her ‘Obscene’ Dressing

Woman Online Rants On Uorfi Javed Negative Impacte On Minors With Her ‘Obscene’ Dressing

Uorfi Javed has become the talk of social media after she was seen in an ‘obscene dress.’ Recently, Uorfi strolled out of her home in a green transparent dress with a mask on her face. When she roamed across the city almost naked, a controversial issue surfaced. 

Arnaz Haritham is an advocate for men’s rights. She tagged the National Commission for Protection Of Child Rights, Priyank Kanoonga in her tweet. And wrote, 

This is not Women’s Empowerment & people need to call out this rubbish.”

Many actors, writers, and the general public criticised Uorfi for turning up in such attire. On the other hand, some people began stating that it’s all within her rights to wear whatever she desires. 

Some of the tweets are,

Singh reply to Arnaz Hathiram.

 

 

Vaibhav Singh:

“No she can’t, and wearing this dress in public places would be considered (if not, then it should) as promoting obscenity in public places. 

This is the perfect example of the violation of freedom of expression. Women who wear this dress on public platforms should be stopped by the regulatory authorities. With all due respect to the women in the world.”

There are two types of rights. Personal rights and Public rights. People nowadays talk about personal rights alone. Public rights are undiscussed. 

Say, for example, a lady is crossing the road and violating traffic rules. When the traffic police stop her from stepping over public rights, she says, “I have got the liberty now. I can walk wherever I can.” She is quoting her personal rights. Will anyone say that it’s her right to go wherever she wants? 

Woman Online Rants On Uorfi Javed Negative Impacte On Minors With Her ‘Obscene’ Dressing

What if your neighbour starts throwing a trumpet at night and disturbing your sleep? And when you object, what if she says “It’s my right to do whatever I want?” What about your right to sleep peacefully?

If everyone starts to care only about their personal rights and takes them to another level, then public rights are left behind.

Woman Online Rants On Uorfi Javed Negative Impacte On Minors With Her ‘Obscene’ Dressing

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The same goes for this girl. She can have all the rights. She can fight for all her rights. But only when public rights are at loss. Dressing up runs through the blood of mankind. It’s against human law to roam around undressed. People will call a person mad for not putting on clothes.

Uofri can wear whatever she likes. But, if it’s disturbing the people around her and creating chaos in their minds and hearts, then she or anyone in her place should step back from committing such an act. 

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