Friendship and dating in riyadh

I feel like most of the ‘fun’ things to do are targeted towards men.

Despite recent steps towards equality, Saudi Arabia ranks as one of the “least-free” countries in the world, especially for women: it is illegal for them to travel or get married without the signature of a male guardian, they’re forbidden from interacting with men outside their immediate families, and–until recently–were imprisoned for driving*.Without the Internet, I would’ve committed suicide.” — “I remember first realizing that men and women in Saudi Arabia couldn’t do the same things when I was in high school and my brother was allowed to go off to the states to study and live alone. My university offers a lot of trips to exciting countries, but the excuse my parents always give is: who are you going to go with?That really sucks.” — “A lot of women talk about not being able to do the same things men can here, but I feel it’s the other way around: men my age can’t do what I do.It’s been about five years [since I visited America], and the racism since then seems to have highly increased.It’s becoming even scarier to visit there; being that we are Muslim and black, that’s two very critical strikes on me and my family.” — “I wasn’t into abaya much before I joined my masters program, but then I met a teacher who inspired me so much that I started wearing hijab even in front of my cousins.

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