Politics is considered men’s business; the people with riches and plenty of time. However, it is more vital for the vulnerable segments of Society, to commit them in changing the environment that affects their lives. The current study was conducted concerning cultural barriers toward women’s political participation in Pakhtun Society, collecting the data from a sample of 320 women councilors using a questionnaire/interview schedule. SPSS 20, was used for univariate and bivariate analysis, applying chi-square test for possible association. This study revealed that social structure has a phenomenal role in women’s least participation in politics in Pakhtun Society. Inferences of the statistics discovered that the main cultural hindrances to women’s political participation include: lack of power and authority; stereotypical image; heavy domestic burdens; strong patriarchy; lack of women’s choices; women’s association with family honor. On the basis of the findings, this study recommends the role of civil Society in highlighting the significance of women’s participation in politics. Similarly, the role of mass media and timely implementation of government policies are highly significant in this regard.