Nagging wives during self-quarantine
Nagging wives during self-quarantine

State apologies for advising women to stop nagging at home during coronavirus curfew and quarantine period. The Malaysian government was forced to apologize after its Women’s Development Department published a series of romantic “tips” to help deal with the ongoing coronavirus lockdown, including advising women to continue to wear makeup and to “avoid nagging.”
The campaign was met with fierce backlash online, and the posts have since been deleted from the department’s social media account.

As of Thursday afternoon in Malaysia, more than 2,900 coronavirus cases had been confirmed inside the country, killing 45 people, according to a tally by Johns Hopkins University.
Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin established a series of far-reaching measures last month intended to stem infections of COVID-19, including strict nationwide controls locking down all travel in or out of the country and heavily restricting movement within the country.

One of the biggest criticisms against the government body charged with supporting women appeared to be that it was ignoring concerns about a rise in domestic violence that may accompany stay-at-home orders, and instead focusing on things like how women should dress.

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