Following until the end, will never ends!

If our nation starts following its destiny of success until the end, they will be far more ahead of the world but unfortunately, they are still roadside Romeos stalking girls. Few days back I was driving my car going home, and I noticed that a car is following me. I did not bother, because I have never been able to understand the reason behind it. May be a man has nothing to do while driving or may be it is “COOL” to do so.

I tried to ignore but the man was getting on my nerves, as he was tailing me constantly. Then what I did…..just listen to it carefully. I just slowed down the car and started driving behind his car. At the end of the road, he was confused where I want to go. As I was reading his mind, I put my indicator to the left. He turned to the left by looking at my indicator. As he turned left, I put my feet on the accelerator and turn right. He was such a determined idiot that he again tried to chase me but I was, at that time, far away from his sight. At that time I was not driving my old beet up car but a Ferrari, well it felt like that. :)

It is sometimes so annoying that one feels like killing the person. It is same as abusing some one. In Islamabad, it is so bad that a girl cannot get out of her house after 8 pm. It is a torture, which mostly men do not understand. Being a respectful nation, we should try not to behave like that. When will we learn that it is not fun to irritate someone? I do not know what a man gets out of it. If these men were in US they will all be rotting in jails for stalking women. (sometimes I pray that they get a US visa. hahaha) or at least some rules are made by our government to teach, such ignorant people, a lesson

The solution to this problem, what I come up with is, note the car number that is chasing you and give it to 915. Than they will know, how far a girl can go when it comes to her right to protect herself.

43 Comments so far

  1. Yahya (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 6:21 am

    Being a man I can understand that men like girls (oops, women) so attraction is under stable but this needs to be done with civility. In times when not everyone wants to go through their families to meet someone then what are their options? I don’t know, perhaps he should have stopped by and asked for the phone number. :)

    What do you think?


  2. Yahya (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 6:22 am

    Sorry I meant understandable and not under stable – whatever that means.


  3. Sameer Durrani (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 9:53 am

    huh!! you are a girl!! i didnt know that.. :)

    about the topic.. well..people always come up with weirdest of the ideas when they want to befriend girls.. so just ignore them..

    and hey..is this 915 really helpful??


  4. 1967 (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 10:19 am

    I would say it’s a double edged sword. Neither women know how to handle men in a civilized way, nor do men understand the concept of dignity when it comes to approaching women. And on top of it we have a very frustrated youth with limited opportunities for healthy activities and interaction, both among men and women. But all of this (in my opinion) is due to our extremely closed society where men and women can’t interact freely (except for a limited course),or when they do, their peers and kin mostly take it in the wrong sense. This happens everywhere with educated people too, in schools, colleges, and work places. Stalking is obviously a problem, and such cases should definitely be reported to police, because it comes under harassment which is a crime.

    When we try to understand the root of the problem, it tuns out that we have been fed through our childhood that dating, and going out with men, and in some segments of society free interaction with women, is something of a taboo, both religiously and culturally. I won’t say to what extent that is right or wrong, but grown up people should have the right to choose their options on their own. Having said that, men should also understand that if a woman is not interested, the right thing to do is to simply to walk away. However, many men do not have the courage to start up a healthy conversation with an unknown woman, in a civilized manner because a typical woman here almost always takes it in the wrong sense, might become defensive, or worse might become offensive, and humiliating. That’s why some immature persistent men, try to adopt the mode of constant pestering that turns into harassment.

    Ghaliya talks of stats and laws in US and West. Well lady, over there it’s never a problem to approach an unacquainted woman and start up a healthy conversation. Whereas over here, one has to think ten times before you approach a woman who you don’t know.

    Finally, men should also realize that first of all the right thing to do is to give respect to women, and leave all their “authoritarian” proclivities behind when it comes to approaching them. There is nothing wrong if you face rejection, it should not hurt your ego. But obviously this comes with education and exposure which lacks unfortunately.


  5. 1967 (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 10:22 am

    I would say it’s a double edged sword. Neither women know how to handle men in a civilized way, nor do men understand the concept of dignity when it comes to approaching women. And on top of it we have a very frustrated youth with limited opportunities for healthy activities and interaction, both among men and women. But all of this (in my opinion) is due to our extremely closed society where men and women can’t interact freely (except for a limited course),or when they do, their peers and kin mostly take it in the wrong sense. This happens everywhere with educated people too, in schools, colleges, and work places. Stalking is obviously a problem, and such cases should definitely be reported to police, because it comes under harassment which is a crime.

    When we try to understand the root of the problem, it tuns out that we have been fed through our childhood that dating, and going out with men, and in some segments of society free interaction with women, is something of a taboo, both religiously and culturally. I won’t say to what extent that is right or wrong, but grown up people should have the right to choose their options on their own. Having said that, men should also understand that if a woman is not interested, the right thing to do is to simply to walk away. However, many men do not have the courage to start up a healthy conversation with an unknown woman, in a civilized manner because a typical woman here almost always takes it in the wrong sense, might become defensive, or worse might become offensive, and humiliating. That’s why some immature persistent men, try to adopt the mode of constant pestering that turns into harassment.

    Ghaliya talks of stats and laws in US and West. Well lady, over there it’s never a problem to approach an unacquainted woman and start up a healthy conversation. Whereas over here, one has to think ten times before you approach a woman who you don’t know.

    Finally, men should also realize that first of all the right thing to do is to give respect to women, and leave all their “authoritarian” proclivities behind when it comes to approaching them. There is nothing wrong if you face rejection, it should not hurt your ego. But obviously this comes with education and exposure which lacks unfortunately.


  6. 1967 (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 10:38 am

    I would say it’s a double edged sword. Neither women know how to handle men in a civilized way, nor do men understand the concept of dignity when it comes to approaching women. And on top of it we have a very frustrated youth with limited opportunities for healthy activities and interaction, both among men and women. But all of this (in my opinion) is due to our extremely closed society where men and women can’t interact freely (except for a limited course),or when they do, their peers and kin mostly take it in the wrong sense. This happens everywhere with educated people too, in schools, colleges, and work places.

    Stalking is obviously a problem, and such cases should definitely be reported to police, because it comes under harassment which is a crime. When we try to understand the root of the problem, it tuns out that we have been fed through our childhood that dating, and going out with men, and in some segments of society free interaction with women, is something of a taboo, both religiously and culturally. I won’t say to what extent that is right or wrong, but grown up people should have the right to choose their options on their own. Having said that, men should also understand that if a woman is not interested, the right thing to do is to simply to walk away. However, many men do not have the courage to start up a healthy conversation with an unknown woman, in a civilized manner because a typical woman here almost always takes it in the wrong sense, might become defensive, or worse might become offensive, and humiliating. That’s why some immature persistent men, try to adopt the mode of constant pestering that turns into harassment.

    Ghaliya talks of stats and laws in US and West. Well lady, over there it’s never a problem to approach an unacquainted woman and start up a healthy conversation. Whereas over here, one has to think ten times before you approach a woman who you don’t know.

    Finally, men should also realize that first of all the right thing to do is to give respect to women, and leave all their “authoritarian” proclivities behind when it comes to approaching them. There is nothing wrong if you face rejection, it should not hurt your ego. But obviously this comes with education and exposure which lacks unfortunately.


  7. 1967 (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 11:08 am

    I would say it’s a double edged sword. Neither women know how to handle men in a civilized way, nor do men understand the concept of dignity when it comes to approaching women. And on top of it we have a very frustrated youth with limited opportunities for healthy activities and interaction, both among men and women. But all of this (in my opinion) is due to our extremely closed society where men and women can’t interact freely (except for a limited course),or when they do, their peers and kin mostly take it in the wrong sense. This happens everywhere with educated people too, in schools, colleges, and work places. Stalking is obviously a problem, and such cases should definitely be reported to police, because it comes under harassment which is a crime.

    When we try to understand the root of the problem, it tuns out that we have been fed through our childhood that dating, and going out with men, and in some segments of society free interaction with women, is something of a taboo, both religiously and culturally. I won’t say to what extent that is right or wrong, but grown up people should have the right to choose their options on their own. Having said that, men should also understand that if a woman is not interested, the right thing to do is to simply to walk away. However, many men do not have the courage to start up a healthy conversation with an unknown woman, in a civilized manner because a typical woman here almost always takes it in the wrong sense, might become defensive, or worse might become offensive, and humiliating. That’s why some immature persistent men, try to adopt the mode of constant pestering that turns into harassment.

    Ghaliya talks of stats and laws in US and West. Well lady, over there it’s never a problem to approach an unacquainted woman and start up a healthy conversation. Whereas over here, one has to think ten times before you approach a woman who you don’t know. Secondly, how could you tell that he was just stalking you. Maybe he was a crook trying to rob your off, but as it seems perhaps the only inclination that you had for defining the reason for being tail gated is, stalking.

    Finally, men should also realize that first of all the right thing to do is to give respect to women, and leave all their “authoritarian” proclivities behind when it comes to approaching them. There is nothing wrong if you face rejection, it should not hurt your ego. But obviously this comes with education and exposure which lacks unfortunately.


  8. 1967 (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 11:34 am

    I would say it’s a double edged sword. Neither women know how to handle men in a civilized way, nor do men understand the concept of dignity when it comes to approaching women. And on top of it we have a very frustrated youth with limited opportunities for healthy activities and interaction, both among men and women. But all of this (in my opinion) is due to our extremely closed society where men and women can’t interact freely (except for a limited course),or when they do, their peers and kin mostly take it in the wrong sense. This happens everywhere with educated people too, in schools, colleges, and work places. Stalking is obviously a problem, and such cases should definitely be reported to police, because it comes under harassment which is a crime.

    When we try to understand the root of the problem, it tuns out that we have been fed through our childhood that dating, and going out with men, and in some segments of society free interaction with women, is something of a taboo, both religiously and culturally. I won’t say to what extent that is right or wrong, but grown up people should have the right to choose their options on their own. Having said that, men should also understand that if a woman is not interested, the right thing to do is to simply to walk away. However, many men do not have the courage to start up a healthy conversation with an unknown woman, in a civilized manner because a typical woman here almost always takes it in the wrong sense, might become defensive, or worse might become offensive, and humiliating. That’s why some immature persistent men, try to adopt the mode of constant pestering that turns into harassment.

    Ghaliya talks of stats and laws in US and West. Well lady, over there it’s never a problem to approach an unacquainted woman and start up a healthy conversation. Whereas over here, one has to think ten times before you approach a woman who you don’t know. Secondly, how could you tell that he was just stalking you. Maybe he was a crook trying to rob you off, but as it seems perhaps the only inclination that you had for defining the reason for being tail gated is, stalking.

    Finally, men should also realize that first of all the right thing to do is to give respect to women, and leave all their “authoritarian” proclivities behind when it comes to approaching them. There is nothing wrong if you face rejection, it should not hurt your ego. But obviously this comes with education and exposure which lacks unfortunately.


  9. Yahya (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 11:55 am

    Dil kay hathoon majboor tha bechars. Maaf kar do.


  10. Yahya (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 11:55 am

    Dil kay hathoon majboor tha bechara. Maaf kar do.


  11. 1967 (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 11:57 am

    I would say it’s a double edged sword. Neither women know how to handle men in a civilized way, nor do men understand the concept of dignity when it comes to approaching women. And on top of it we have a very frustrated youth with limited opportunities for healthy activities and interaction, both among men and women. But all of this (in my opinion) is due to our extremely closed society where men and women can’t interact freely (except for a limited course),or when they do, their peers and kin mostly take it in the wrong sense. This happens everywhere with educated people too, in schools, colleges, and work places. Stalking is obviously a problem, and such cases should definitely be reported to police, because it comes under harassment which is a crime.


  12. 1967 (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 11:59 am

    (I had to split this into more than one comments because for some reason metblog is not accepting comments exceeding a certain length)

    When we try to understand the root of the problem, it tuns out that we have been fed through our childhood that dating, and going out with men, and in some segments of society free interaction with women, is something of a taboo, both religiously and culturally. I won’t say to what extent that is right or wrong, but grown up people should have the right to choose their options on their own. Having said that, men should also understand that if a woman is not interested, the right thing to do is to simply to walk away. However, many men do not have the courage to start up a healthy conversation with an unknown woman, in a civilized manner because a typical woman here almost always takes it in the wrong sense, might become defensive, or worse might become offensive, and humiliating. That’s why some immature persistent men, try to adopt the mode of constant pestering that turns into harassment.


  13. 1967 (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 12:00 pm

    (I had to split this into more than one comments because for some reason metblog is not accepting comments exceeding a certain length)

    When we try to understand the root of the problem, it tuns out that we have been fed through our childhood that dating, and going out with men, and in some segments of society free interaction with women, is something of a taboo, both religiously and culturally. I won’t say to what extent that is right or wrong, but grown up people should have the right to choose their options on their own.


  14. 1967 (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 12:01 pm

    (I had to split this into more than one comments because for some reason metblog is not accepting comments exceeding a certain length and paragraphs)Cont.. When we try to understand the root of the problem, it tuns out that we have been fed through our childhood that dating, and going out with men, and in some segments of society free interaction with women, is something of a taboo, both religiously and culturally. I won’t say to what extent that is right or wrong, but grown up people should have the right to choose their options on their own. Having said that, men should also understand that if a woman is not interested, the right thing to do is to simply to walk away. However, many men do not have the courage to start up a healthy conversation with an unknown woman, in a civilized manner because a typical woman here almost always takes it in the wrong sense, might become defensive, or worse might become offensive, and humiliating. That’s why some immature persistent men, try to adopt the mode of constant pestering that turns into harassment.


  15. 1967 (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 12:02 pm

    (I had to split this into more than one comments because for some reason metblog is not accepting comments exceeding a certain length and paragraphs)Cont.. When we try to understand the root of the problem, it tuns out that we have been fed through our childhood that dating, and going out with men, and in some segments of society free interaction with women, is something of a taboo, both religiously and culturally. I won’t say to what extent that is right or wrong, but grown up people should have the right to choose their options on their own. Having said that, men should also understand that if a woman is not interested, the right thing to do is to simply to walk away.


  16. 1967 (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 12:04 pm

    (Breaking comment into more than one comments because for some reason metblog does not accept a comment a exceeding a certain length or paragraphs)..When we try to understand the root of the problem, it tuns out that we have been fed through our childhood that dating, and going out with men, and in some segments of society free interaction with women, is something of a taboo, both religiously and culturally. I won’t say to what extent that is right or wrong, but grown up people should have the right to choose their options on their own.


  17. 1967 (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 12:06 pm

    When we try to understand the root of the problem, it tuns out that we have been fed through our childhood that dating, and going out with men, and in some segments of society free interaction with women, is something of a taboo, both religiously and culturally. I won’t say to what extent that is right or wrong, but grown up people should have the right to choose their options on their own.


  18. 1967 (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 12:07 pm

    When we try to understand the root of the problem, it tuns out that we have been fed through our childhood that dating, and going out with men, and in some segments of society free interaction with women, is something of a taboo, both religiously and culturally. I won’t say to what extent that is right or wrong, but grown up people should have the right to choose their options on their own.


  19. 1967 (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 12:09 pm

    When we try to understand the root of the problem, it tuns out that we have been fed through our childhood that dating, and going out with men, and in some segments of society free interaction with women, is something of a taboo, both religiously and culturally. I won’t say to what extent that is right or wrong, but grown up people should have the right to choose their options on their own. Having said that, men should also understand that if a woman is not interested, the right thing to do is to simply to walk away. However, many men do not have the courage to start up a healthy conversation with an unknown woman, in a civilized manner because a typical woman here almost always takes it in the wrong sense, might become defensive, or worse might become offensive, and humiliating. That’s why some immature persistent men, try to adopt the mode of constant pestering that turns into harassment.


  20. Asma (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 12:11 pm

    Well it’s a big problem at least in Pakistan … in almost every city … just two three days back we stopped on a signal … a policewoman was standing there … was young … and almost every man on the bike (count 7-10) were literally staringher till the 130 second signal flickered green … and she was so obviously getting irritated … :/

    we had an interesting incident few yrs back me, my sisters and cousins were just enjoying off rain and all that and planned to go tomunchies to enjoy … at some turn a car with two weirdo boys started following us … we first ensured that yah they are following then my cozin wa steaching at bahria school in those days we went in the naval complex at starting post … she told teh guard that the boys are folowing us … he said no worries at all … we went ahead … the guard stopped there car … and took them to naval police station … there they called their parents … it was soemthing they never ever expected … and we throughly enjoyed though felt bad for becharay parents but still … they learnt their lesson, hopefully …!


  21. 1967 (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 12:15 pm

    When we try to understand the root of the problem, it tuns out that we have been fed through our childhood that dating, and going out with men, and in some segments of society free interaction with women, is something of a taboo, both religiously and culturally. I won’t say to what extent that is right or wrong, but grown up people should have the right to choose their options on their own. Having said that, men should also understand that if a woman is not interested, the right thing to do is to simply to walk away. However, many men do not have the courage to start up a healthy conversation with an unknown woman, in a civilized manner because a typical woman here almost always takes it in the wrong sense, might become defensive, or worse might become offensive, and humiliating. That’s why some immature persistent men, try to adopt the mode of constant pestering that turns into harassment.


  22. 1967 (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 12:22 pm

    When we try to understand the root of the problem, it tuns out to be lack of exposure and frustration. Mostly people have been fed through their childhood that dating, and going out with men, and in some segments of society free interaction with women, is something of a taboo, both religiously and culturally. I won’t say to what extent that is right or wrong, but grown up people should have the right to choose their options on their own. Having said that, men should also understand that if a woman is not interested, the right thing to do is to simply to walk away. However, many men do not have the courage to start up a healthy conversation with an unknown woman, in a civilized manner because a typical woman here almost always takes it in the wrong sense, might become defensive, or worse might become offensive, and humiliating. That’s why some immature persistent men, try to adopt the mode of constant pestering that turns into harassment.


  23. 1967. (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 12:40 pm

    When we try to understand the root of the problem, it tuns out that we have been fed through our childhood that dating, and going out with men, and in some segments of society free interaction with women, is something of a taboo, both religiously and culturally. I won’t say to what extent that is right or wrong, but grown up people should have the right to choose their options on their own. Having said that, men should also understand that if a woman is not interested, the right thing to do is to simply to walk away. However, many men do not have the courage and the confidence to walk up and start a healthy conversation with an unknown woman, in a civilized manner because a typical woman here almost always takes it in the wrong sense, might become defensive, or worse might become offensive, and humiliating. That’s why some immature persistent men, try to adopt the mode of constant pestering that turns into harassment.

    Ghaliya talks of stats and laws in US and West. Well lady, over there it’s never a problem to approach an unacquainted woman and start up a healthy conversation. Whereas over here, one has to think ten times before you approach a woman who you don’t know. Secondly, how could you tell that he was just stalking you. Maybe he was a crook trying to rob you off, but as it seems perhaps the only inclination that you had for defining the reason for being tail gated is, stalking.

    Finally, men should also realize that first of all the right thing to do is to give respect to women, and leave all their “authoritarian” proclivities behind when it comes to approaching them. There is nothing wrong if you face rejection, it should not hurt your ego. But obviously this comes with education and exposure which lacks unfortunately.


  24. Yahya (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 12:43 pm

    As for staring goes, I can tell you, if in UK a guy standing on a side walk with Asian complexions is staring every passer by for no apparent reason then he can not be Indian, he can not be Bangladeshi, he is a Pakistani who has just arrived. People do get better over time though as their minds get on work/study etc. I think it is lack of depth and general dumbness of our society due to excessive mullah rule over years.


  25. 1967 (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 12:53 pm

    When we try to understand the root of the problem, it tuns out that we have been fed through our childhood that dating, and going out with men, and in some segments of society free interaction with women, is something of a taboo, both religiously and culturally. I won’t say to what extent that is right or wrong,but grown up people should have the right to choose their options on their own. Having said that, men should also understand that if a woman is not interested, the right thing to do is to simply to walk away. However, many men do not have the courage and the confidence to walk up and start a healthy conversation with an unknown woman, in a civilized manner because a typical woman here almost always takes it in the wrong sense, might become defensive, or worse might become offensive, and humiliating. That’s why some immature persistent men, try to adopt the mode of constant pestering that turns into harassment.

    Ghaliya talks of stats and laws in US and West. Well lady, over there it’s never a problem to approach an unacquainted woman and start up a healthy conversation. Whereas over here, one has to think ten times before you approach a woman who you don’t know. Secondly, how could you tell that he was just stalking you. Maybe he was a crook trying to rob you off, but as it seems perhaps the only inclination that you had for defining the reason for being tail gated is, stalking.

    Finally, men should also realize that first of all the right thing to do is to give respect to women, and leave all their “authoritarian” proclivities behind when it comes to approaching them. There is nothing wrong if you face rejection, it should not hurt your ego. But obviously this comes with education and exposure which lacks unfortunately.


  26. 1967 (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 1:06 pm

    Yahya do not blame just the Pakistani guy only, with due respect the the Pakistani gal is no different either. It’s only that the domain is slightly another one, and they have their own way of manifestation compared to Indian, or the western woman.

    When we try to understand the root of the problem, it tuns out that we have been fed through our childhood that dating, and going out with men, and in some segments of society free interaction with women, is something of a taboo, both religiously and culturally. I won’t say to what extent that is right or wrong, but grown up people should have the right to choose their options on their own. Having said that, men should also understand that if a woman is not interested, the right thing to do is to simply to walk away. However, many men do not have the courage and the confidence to walk up and start a healthy conversation with an unknown woman, in a civilized manner because a typical woman here almost always takes it in the wrong sense, might become defensive, or worse might become offensive, and humiliating. That’s why some immature persistent men, try to adopt the mode of constant pestering that turns into harassment.

    Ghaliya talks of stats and laws in US and West. Well lady, over there it’s never a problem to approach an unacquainted woman and start up a healthy conversation. Whereas over here, one has to think ten times before you approach a woman who you don’t know. Secondly, how could you tell that he was just stalking you. Maybe he was a crook trying to rob you off, but as it seems perhaps the only inclination that you had for defining the reason for being tail gated is, stalking.

    Finally, men should also realize that first of all the right thing to do is to give respect to women, and leave all their “authoritarian” proclivities behind when it comes to approaching them. There is nothing wrong if you face rejection, it should not hurt your ego. But obviously this comes with education and exposure which lacks unfortunately


  27. 1967 (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 1:08 pm

    Yahya before you blame just the Pakistani guy only, with due respect the Pakistani gal is no different either. It’s only that the domain is slightly another one, and they have their own way of manifestation compared to Indian, or the western woman.


  28. 1967 (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 1:11 pm

    When we try to understand the root of the problem, it tuns out that we have been fed through our childhood that dating, and going out with men, and in some segments of society free interaction with women, is something of a taboo, both religiously and culturally. I won’t say to what extent that is right or wrong, but grown up people should have the right to choose their options on their own.


  29. hassaan (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 1:16 pm

    lolz ..
    ive heard better stories like this one :) there was an islamiat teacher i once had; whenever he used to see a nice girl on the road, he stopped his bike, got off from it and started staring, IN THE MIDDLE OF THE ROAD :P

    welll Ghalia, you’ll think im mad, but i guess our religon is responsible for this one, too. yes! its in the nature of man, to want to have what he cant have, wanting to drink what he cant drink, and see what he cant see. since a sharif banda cant see a girl outta hijab, he starts thinking what would the ‘girl’ be like. why is it soo hidden and so forth. so this ‘desperation’ comes out in the form of what we call ‘poondhi’

    Pakistan Zindabad :D


  30. 1967 (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 1:20 pm

    If we try to understand the root of the problem, it tuns out that we have been fed through our childhood that dating, and going out with men, and in some segments of society free interaction with women, is something of a taboo, both religiously and culturally. I won’t say to what extent that is right or wrong, but grown up people should have the right to choose their options on their own. Having said that, men should also understand that if a woman is not interested, the right thing to do is to simply to walk away. However, many men do not have the courage and the confidence to walk up and start a healthy conversation with an unknown woman, in a civilized manner because a typical woman here almost always takes it in the wrong sense, might become defensive, or worse might become offensive, and humiliating. That’s why some immature persistent men, try to adopt the mode of constant pestering that turns into harassment.


  31. 1967` (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 2:03 pm

    If we try to understand the root of the problem, it tuns out that we have been fed through our childhood that dating, and going out with men, and in some segments of society free interaction with women, is something of a taboo, both religiously and culturally. I won’t say to what extent that is right or wrong, but grown up people should have the right to choose their options on their own. Having said that, men should also understand that if a woman is not interested, the right thing to do is to simply to walk away. However, many men do not have the courage and the confidence to walk up and start a healthy conversation with an unknown woman, in a civilized manner because a typical woman here almost always takes it in the wrong sense, might become defensive, or worse might become offensive, and humiliating. That’s why some immature persistent men, try to adopt the mode of constant pestering that turns into harassment.

    Ghaliya talks of stats and laws in US and West. Well lady, over there it’s never a problem to approach an unacquainted woman and start up a healthy conversation. Whereas over here, one has to think ten times before you approach a woman who you don’t know. Secondly, how could you tell that he was just stalking you. Maybe he was a crook trying to rob you off, but as it seems perhaps the only inclination that you had for defining the reason for being tail gated is, stalking.

    Finally, men should also realize that first of all the right thing to do is to give respect to women, and leave all their “authoritarian” proclivities behind when it comes to approaching them. There is nothing wrong if you face rejection, it should not hurt your ego. But obviously this comes with education and exposure which lacks unfortunately.


  32. 1967` (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 2:29 pm

    If we try to understand the root of the problem, it tuns out that we have been fed through our childhood that dating, and going out with men, and in some segments of society free interaction with women, is something of a taboo, both religiously and culturally. I won’t say to what extent that is right or wrong, but grown up people should have the right to choose their options on their own. Having said that, men should also understand that if a woman is not interested, the right thing to do is to simply to walk away. However, many men do not have the courage and the confidence to walk up and start a healthy conversation with an unknown woman, in a civilized manner because a typical woman here almost always takes it in the wrong sense, might become defensive, or worse might become offensive, and humiliating. That’s why some immature persistent men, try to adopt the mode of constant pestering that turns into harassment.

    Ghaliya talks of stats and laws in US and West. Well lady, over there it’s never a problem to approach an unacquainted woman and start up a healthy conversation. Whereas over here, one has to think ten times before you approach a woman who you don’t know. Secondly, how could you tell that he was just stalking you. Maybe he was a crook trying to rob you off, but as it seems perhaps the only inclination that you had for defining the reason for being tail gated is, stalking.

    Finally, men should also realize that first of all the right thing to do is to give respect to women, and leave all their “authoritarian” proclivities behind when it comes to approaching them. There is nothing wrong if you face rejection, it should not hurt your ego. But obviously this comes with education and exposure which lacks unfortunately.


  33. 1967 (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 2:47 pm

    If we try to understand the root of the problem, it tuns out that we have been fed through our childhood that dating, and going out with men, and in some segments of society free interaction with women, is something of a taboo, both religiously and culturally. I won’t say to what extent that is right or wrong, but grown up people should have the right to choose their options on their own. Having said that, men should also understand that if a woman is not interested, the right thing to do is to simply to walk away. However, many men do not have the courage and the confidence to walk up and start a healthy conversation with an unknown woman, in a civilized manner because a typical woman here almost always takes it in the wrong sense, might become defensive, or worse might become offensive, and humiliating. That’s why some immature persistent men, try to adopt the mode of constant pestering that turns into harassment.

    Ghaliya talks of stats and laws in US and West. Well lady, over there it’s never a problem to approach an unacquainted woman and start up a healthy conversation. Whereas over here, one has to think ten times before you approach a woman who you don’t know. Secondly, how could you tell that he was just stalking you. Maybe he was a crook trying to rob you off, but as it seems perhaps the only inclination that you had for defining the reason for being tail gated is, stalking.

    Finally, men should also realize that first of all the right thing to do is to give respect to women, and leave all their “authoritarian” proclivities behind when it comes to approaching them. There is nothing wrong if you face rejection, it should not hurt your ego. But obviously this comes with education and exposure which lacks unfortunately.


  34. Yahya (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 5:05 pm

    hassaan, Ahem…do we have to tell them all our secrets? Let’s keep our secret terminology secret. :)


  35. 1967 (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 7:31 pm

    If we try to understand the root of the problem, it tuns out that we have been fed through our childhood that dating, and going out with men, and in some segments of society free interaction with women, is something of a taboo, both religiously and culturally. I won’t say to what extent that is right or wrong, but grown up people should have the right to choose their options on their own. Having said that, men should also understand that if a woman is not interested, the right thing to do is to simply to walk away. However, many men do not have the courage and the confidence to walk up and start a talking extampor with an unknown woman, in a civilized manner because a typical woman here almost always takes it in the wrong sense, might become defensive, or worse might become offensive, and humiliating. That’s why some immature persistent men, try to adopt the mode of constant pestering that turns into harassment.

    Ghaliya talks of stats and laws in US and West. Well lady, over there it’s never a problem to approach an unacquainted woman and start up an ordinary conversation. Whereas over here, one has to think ten times before you approach a woman who you don’t know. Secondly, how could you tell that he was just stalking you. Maybe he was a crook trying to rob you off, but as it seems perhaps the only inclination that you had for defining the reason for being tail gated is, stalking.

    Finally, men should also realize that first of all the right thing to do is to give respect to women, and leave all their “authoritarian” proclivities behind when it comes to approaching them. There is nothing wrong if you face rejection, it should not hurt your ego. But obviously this comes with education and exposure which lacks unfortunately.


  36. 1967' (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 9:34 pm

    If we try to understand the root of the problem, it tuns out that we have been fed through our childhood that dating, and going out with men, and in some segments of society free interaction with women, is something of a taboo, both religiously and culturally. I won’t say to what extent that is right or wrong, but grown up people should have the right to choose their options on their own. Having said that, men should also understand that if a woman is not interested, the right thing to do is to simply to walk away. However, many men do not have the courage and the confidence to walk up and start a talking extampor with an unknown woman, in a civilized manner because a typical woman here almost always takes it in the wrong sense, might become defensive, or worse might become offensive, and humiliating. That’s why some immature persistent men, try to adopt the mode of constant pestering that turns into harassment.

    Ghaliya talks of stats and laws in US and West. Well lady, over there it’s never a problem to approach an unacquainted woman and start up an ordinary conversation. Whereas over here, one has to think ten times before you approach a woman who you don’t know. Secondly, how could you tell that he was just stalking you. Maybe he was a crook trying to rob you off, but as it seems perhaps the only inclination that you had for defining the reason for being tail gated is, stalking.

    Finally, men should also realize that first of all the right thing to do is to give respect to women, and leave all their “authoritarian” proclivities behind when it comes to approaching them. There is nothing wrong if you face rejection, it should not hurt your ego. But obviously this comes with education and exposure which lacks unfortunately.


  37. 1967 (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 9:39 pm

    Ghaliya talks of stats and laws in US and West. Well lady, over there it’s never a problem to approach an unacquainted woman and start up an ordinary conversation. Whereas over here, one has to think ten times before you approach a woman who you don’t know. Secondly, how could you tell that he was just stalking you. Maybe he was a crook trying to rob you off, but as it seems perhaps the only inclination that you had for defining the reason for being tail gated is, stalking


  38. 1967 (unregistered) on October 13th, 2006 @ 9:41 pm

    However, men should also realize that first of all the right thing to do is to give respect to women, and leave all their “authoritarian” proclivities behind when it comes to approaching women. There is nothing wrong if you face rejection, it should not hurt your ego. But obviously this comes with education and exposure which lacks unfortunately.


  39. ghalia (unregistered) on October 14th, 2006 @ 12:14 am

    i agree that it all happens because of lack of interaction. it is considered taboo to talk to a woman or a man. in this modern society It is impossible not to interact with opposite gender. However, there are ways of talking to a man or a woman. Just teasing someone and disturbing someone’s privacy is not acceptable. I do not mind that some boy come to me and ask for my number or try to talk to me. I will either say no or talk to him nothing more than that will happen. This is a decent way, we all should apply but no, we want to pinch a girl in a bazaar or just pass comments. These are the things, which bring hatred for men in a girl’s heart.

    if you want to blame islam you can because you never tried to understand it. that is all i can say

    cheers:)


  40. hassaan (unregistered) on October 15th, 2006 @ 1:53 am

    @Yahya : damn! i should take more care of what i speak :P actually, its all the girls i know, know about this stuff (and more:D)

    ciao :)


  41. Phil (unregistered) on October 15th, 2006 @ 9:02 am

    And yet the men still wont stop at hitting at the poor victimized woman, here. LOL. GA, these type of incidents have started cropping up more and more, as men have started crossing the lines into indecency and vitimizing uninterested women like you.

    My mother too narrated a similar story last weekend, when she was coming back home. Trust me, had she called me up earlier about this, I would have made sure that dude left with both his legs shoved up his ass! Romeo or whatever, his fate would have been the same!!! >:|

    But sadly, that is the only thing one can do on a personal level. Family training and up bringing really shows how these ‘road-side romeos’ should be left to love only two things in the world; themselves and their hands!

    A sad situation.


  42. Jaded (unregistered) on October 15th, 2006 @ 6:28 pm

    I’m so glad all these gentlemen are being so honest… but it is a serious issue!Being a female out on the road doesnot equate to being easy pickings, fresh meat or any other such expression and although our society and system contribute to increasing the frustration in these men, why do they have to take it out on a female? Trust me, she has enough to deal with!


  43. Ghalia Aymen (unregistered) on October 17th, 2006 @ 2:06 am

    one day me and my friends were comming home late at night a car stoped close to ours and throw a folded piece of paper. he wrote his number on it and wrote that if you are interested please talk to me…your beloved@@@@$$$%%%^^

    i was like what this man was thinking why he is so annoying? we did not eve paid any attention to him than why he did that?
    but i relised that one can never read a man’s mind…lol

    now i think that GOD will bring some change to this place otherwise there is no chance.

    i think girls should be tought juddo or kangfuu for their defence…what do you think?



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