“If I talk about Pakistan's context, our major institutions play a huge role in gender role formation. The main issue over here is that there are still a majority of women that aren't considered equal to men. Their choice, mobility, wishes all are dependent on men. It's normal for a man to hang out, travel and earn but for women, cooking and doing home chores are considered a [duty] instead of her professional achievements. [Women are] supposed to look after the family, cook and clean home even if she is earning. This is a micro-level problem that directly affects the overall behavior and life of the people. Until daughters and sons [...] are treated equally, we can't come out of domestic violence, sexual assaults, harassment, eve-teasing [and] honor killing."