Stereotypes are predetermined notions that limit people and give them responsibilities that are not suited to their talents, as we all know. Whether they are about gender, appearance, or culture, they are risky and reductive. They are susceptible to harming the people they target, especially if they are unintentionally spread through common culture and the internet.

Many in the West, for instance, think that Muslim women has reside under a harsh regime where they are prohibited from working, having opinions, or even leaving their homes. This opinion is based on ignorance and prejudice, and it needs to end!

Additionally, there is a common perception that Muslim men are violent extremists who have harems of young ladies. This photograph has been used in kid-friendly movies and tv cartoons. Spencer Gift Shops also used to promote Halloween faces with hideous physical characteristics of Egyptian men and boys.

Fear and panic predominated social internet during the coronavirus issue. As a result, jokes became a hot commodity. We analyzed 1424 gags that were posted on Facebook and whatsapp during this time, and we arranged them according to their themes. The majority of them were negative, with 508 of them centered on female. We discovered that the majority of the gags were rooted in stereotypes about Egyptian women and that they were frequently unintentional but still harmful to women’s integrity.