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Don’t let society decide for you,” Rubina said philosophically. And this has really helped me to focus on my profession.This story is a part of an ILO-The Express Tribune project: Promoting Gender Equality for Decent Employment (GE4DE).Pakistan has all the system against ISLAM but what reason you have to call Pakistanis as Muslims ??for mainstreaming phrases like “for sure” and “gag me.” Valspeak had been around since before the film, which grossed .3 million against a 0,000 budget, but the movie helped depict “Valley Girls” in a more positive light.
The movie stars Deborah Foreman as a Valley Girl named Julie, who falls in love with a Hollywood punk named Randy (Nicolas Cage), despite the disapproval of their friends.
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