While people in India spend a truckload of money trying to achieve the perfect wedding card, this artist has created the divorce card we didn't know we needed. The artist focuses on the taboo around the concept of divorce in south Asian communities and the occurrence of forced arranged marriages in this card. 

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SWIPE for back of card! I can't take weddings seriously, all I see are men twice the age of some scared 21 year old with her frontal lobe barely formed. They've probably barely interacted and it's the roll of a dice as to whether or not they're compatible. It's so risky, so insane, and so much money. So let's celebrate the girls who escape this and get divorced :D feminist blog @komalwritesalot . . . . . . . #pakistaniwedding #weddingcard #indianwedding #divorce #divorcequotes #savethedate #weddinginvitations #illustratedinvitation #celebritywedding #womanistan #womenartists #womenwhodraw #yarcollective #artoninstagram #desimemes #pakistanistreetstyle #pakistancreates #artstagram #weddingdress #indianart #indianartist #pakistani #illustration_best #illustration #girlsdrawinggirls #digitalportrait

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This 'divorce invite' sure strikes a cord! This isn't necessarily a good thing since this means partners are often forced to stay together despite their differences and Insta agrees. 

Women even shared their personal stories of divorce in the comments. 

According to a BBC report  “The number of people separated is almost thrice the number of people divorced - 0.61% of the married population and 0.29% of the total population." This means that one of the biggest reasons for the divorce rate, or lack thereof, is the stigma attached to the institution of divorce.