Islamabad, May 5: After attention seeker Qandeel Baloch, another woman in Pakistan is storming the social media with her highly controversial blog titled, "What I learned having sex as a young woman in Pakistan."
The woman in the eye of storm is Zahra Haider who claims that she had sex with 12 men before her 19th birthday and how sex is still a taboo in Pakistan.
Zahra describes herself herself as a writer and human rights advocate on the micro-blogging site Twitter.
On April 27, Zahra shared her piece on sex culture in Pakistan on Vice News.
In her article, she has mentioned that "Pakistan is an Islamic Republic with the highest porn-watching population in the world."
Outraged by her outspokenness, people not only slammed her on Twitter but also abused her and went on to ask her 'hourly rates'.
Zahra was quick to respond her haters by saying, "just a quick note: for all the people hating on me - you're making me more passionate + certain about my piece. thank you."
Here are some of her other tweets and those who slammed her:
as always, lots of pakistanis are furious due to the tarnishing of their "great" image - as opposed to attempting to understand, at all.
as always, lots of pakistanis are furious due to the tarnishing of their "great" image - as opposed to attempting to understand, at all.— Zahra Haider (@zarahaider) April 30, 2016
I wish issues such as rape, child abuse, acid attacks, honour killings, abuse towards LGBTQ community etc. received this much attention.
I wish issues such as rape, child abuse, acid attacks, honour killings, abuse towards LGBTQ community etc. received this much attention.— Zahra Haider (@zarahaider) April 29, 2016