Although the state officially recognises equality between the genders, Pakistan is one of the world’s most dangerous places for women, with high levels of domestic abuse, child marriages and forced marriages.
While education is fairly equal between males and females in the larger cities, girls are usually segregated into their own schools in order to prevent distractive attention from boys.
In rural and tribal areas, education for women is much rarer than that for men, resulting in lower literacy rates.
However, meetings also occur as a result of community get togethers or through religious events, social occasions that are geared to garner friendships which, at some point in the future, could become a reason for dating.While just over 40% of the employed labour force is directly or indirectly tied up with agricultural production, industry accounts for perhaps 13% of total employment and 20% of the country’s gross domestic product.Although in the 1960s and 1970s, the country was hugely popular with tourists, mainly on account of the Hippie Trail, Pakistan currently receives only around half-a-million visitors annually.Pakistani ladies are looking for a serious partner and look forward to becoming a member of a nice family.
Most of these gorgeous females love children and are adept at taking care of them, perhaps having more in the future.More than 1,000 women suffered this astonishingly cruel form of mediaeval murder, on account of so-called ‘honour crimes’, in the last year alone.