In Pakistan, almost one-third of both girls and boys suffer some sort of sexual abuse. Often it comes at the hands of their own family members -- and they seem to have nowhere to turn for help. So they suffer in silence, in the shadows, often for years.
Incest is the least likely form of abuse to be reported. That's because relatives are often reluctant to tarnish family reputation. An "official" reluctance to investigate incest allegations is also to blame. Both are part of the problem in Pakistan.
A TV show is also making headlines in Pakistan. The show's anchor was fired for producing a program in which she raided a public park in Karachi, hounding young dating couples and questioning their morality.
In Karachi, everyone carries a gun. And when one ethnic group wants something from another, they usually take it at the point of a gun. It's created a culture where people take from each other and give to others to force people to become beholden to the powerful.
Pakistan's Imran Khan has been trying to push his sports stardom into political power for more than a decade, with little success. Recently, however, he seemed to make some headway among the urban, educated population.