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am short and slim in height, l lyk my hair not much Theresa... Hundreds of people have protested in Blantyre in Malawi about attacks on women for wearing trousers.President Mutharika on Thursday made a nationwide broadcast, calling for an end to the attacks. go on the streets and start undressing women and girls wearing trousers, because that is illegal," he said. Please Submit your local pics or videos and earn 100 credits per post. President Bingu wa Mutharika has said on national radio that women had the right to wear what they want.He denied reports that he had ordered women to stop wearing trousers, and ordered anyone harassing women to be arrested.My take: Never ever on any circumstance allow yourself to be video taped in any form whatsoever in the name of love or fun. This article is for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment provided by a qualified healthcare provider.
Last year, the UK and other donors cut aid to Malawi, amid criticism of its economic policies and its attitude to the opposition and journalists.
It's abominable." Our correspondent says men and boys also attended the event where there was dancing and singing, with the Bob Marley classic No Woman No Cry getting the loudest cheers.
A vendors' representative at the protest, Innocent Mussa, was booed off the stage by the women, he says.
Until 1994, women in the deeply conservative southern African country were banned from wearing trousers or mini-skirts under the autocratic rule of Hastings Banda. Women have also been attacked for wearing trousers in Kenya, South Africa and Zimbabwe in recent years.
The BBC's Raphael Tenthani in Blantyre says Vice-President Joyce Banda, the gender minister, several MPs, church leaders, university lecturers and other activists attended Friday's protest.