Zuha Siddiqui

Zuha Siddiqui is a journalist based in Pakistan. Her work has appeared in Foreign Policy, Slate, BuzzFeed News, and other publications.

Latest articles

A Border Apart: Stories of Families Divided by Partition

The effects of Partition in 1947 still linger today. Families separated by the borders between India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh tell their stories of love, heartbreak, and finding connection.

Zuha Siddiqui

October 28, 2021

A Border Apart: Stories of Families Divided by Partition

Pakistan’s Trans TikTok Stars

Trans women are trading the sidelines for the spotlight, with TikTok giving them a space to showcase their humor, talent, and joy.

Zuha Siddiqui

January 22, 2021

Pakistan’s Trans TikTok Stars

With No Formal Sex-Ed, Pakistanis Turn to The Internet

Myths about puberty, masturbation, and sex continue to fester in the country’s youth as schools avoid — and sometimes discourage — talking about the elephant in the room.

Zuha Siddiqui

November 17, 2020

With No Formal Sex-Ed, Pakistanis Turn to The Internet

Pakistani Women Said #MeToo — Now They're Getting Sued

Women who take to the streets and the internet to protest in Pakistan are being targeted by the very internet harassment law — PECA — that promised to protect them.

Zuha Siddiqui

October 08, 2020

Pakistani Women Said #MeToo — Now They're Getting Sued
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