The media has been taken by a storm ever since the government announced its new law placing an Internet search ban for the word 'sex'. Google, Yahoo and other search engines will be running as before but successful arrangements with these parties has ensured the specific condition is met. The law came in place post negotiations of political parties with the Talibans as they collectively reflected on the making of a new Pakistan, which would be named Hijabistan, if rumours were to be believed.
Thousands of Pakistanis expressed joy at this initiative as this would finally mean the Western influences will not affect them anymore. Parental worries have decreased significantly as they can now raise their children in the Muslim way. The girls were not quite sure what it all really meant so it did not matter much what the whole celebration was about. However, some boys felt huge pangs of frustration sweep through them as they saw the doors of learning and release closing on them. Some twitter users have not taken well to these extremist/Islamist measures but the citizens of Pakistan are unanimous this time and give two hoots to the pseudo intellectuals of the twitter age.
The solidarity of people with the media and government has only been compromised on how the information was relayed to them. Frankly they felt deeply angered to see the three-letter word in print. It would have been better if they had referred to it as the devil's act, the forbidden Apple or some other non-vulgar description.