As we all know, preconceptions are preconceived notions that restrict people and place them in responsibilities that are not suited to their capabilities. Whether it is about sex, appearance, or culture, they are risky and basic. They can harm the people they target, particularly if they are unintentionally spread through well-known lifestyle and the advertising.

Some Westerners, for instance, think that Arab women may live under a severe regime where they are prohibited from working, having opinions, or even going outside their homes. This opinion is based on discrimination and ignorance, and it needs to end!

Additionally, it is widely believed that Muslim men are aggressive extremists who have harems of younger females, or oil sheiks. This photo has been promoted in children’s movies and tv cartoons. Spencer Gift Shops also sold Halloween faces with hideous real characteristics of Muslim men and boys!

Fear and panic ruled societal media during the coronavirus crisis. As a result, jokes abounded everywhere. We analyzed 1424 gags posted on Facebook and whatsapp during this time, and we grouped them according to their themes. 508 of them were generally damaging and focused on sex. We discovered that the majority of the jokes were rooted in myths about Egyptian lebanese chicks women and that they were frequently unexpected but still detrimental to women’s respect.