Do women in Saudi Arabia think they are oppressed?

Updated on : January 20, 2022 by Connor Reynolds



Do women in Saudi Arabia think they are oppressed?

Imagine that you are a teenager and that you and your brother are graduating from high school in the same year. Dad gives your brother money and he drives off in his new car to enjoy his graduation party in Bahrain. God knows who he's partying with. He can be partying and drinking with some prostitutes. But for you, Dad is throwing you a cake and ice cream party at the house and inviting some family members and probably buying you a nice party dress for the occasion.

From an early age, Saudi girls see who gets the big rewards and who has the power and freedom: dad, uncles, brothers; mens

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Imagine that you are a teenager and that you and your brother are graduating from high school in the same year. Dad gives your brother money and he drives off in his new car to enjoy his graduation party in Bahrain. God knows who he's partying with. He can be partying and drinking with some prostitutes. But for you, Dad is throwing you a cake and ice cream party at the house and inviting some family members and probably buying you a nice party dress for the occasion.

From an early age, Saudi girls see who gets the big rewards and who has the power and freedom: dad, uncles, brothers; mens. Your work is rewarded and praised. Even completing the most basic tasks is cause for praise for their efforts, and the same work is expected from women without recognition.

There is oppression everywhere, even in health insurance policies. My health insurance policy indicated that I have maternity benefits; But in reality, you wouldn't be able to get maternity coverage if you had a child there. Even as a full-time college professor with health insurance, my maternity costs are covered by my husband's insurance. So if I were married to an Uber driver or someone who works and maybe works really hard but doesn't have comprehensive health insurance, we would have to pay for everything out of pocket and it is illegal to have a midwife or home birth in Arabia. We would have to pay for an expensive hospital delivery. Why wouldn't a woman feel oppressed? The maternity benefits on my policy are not even for me, they are for a man. But, Who works full time and gives birth? How is that Islamic? Treatment is also not covered for sexually transmitted diseases, including AIDS, even if you or your newborn got it from your husband.

I regularly saw female students coming to school dressed like children, with a short pixie haircut and no makeup. Some of the girls would have girlfriends and behave exactly like young men. They see women as weak and dependent and men as strong and independent. I don't think all of them feel oppressed, but I certainly think these women respond by rejecting their femininity in order to feel empowered and free. College is free for girls in public universities, but programs are preparing them for job opportunities that mostly don't exist yet. There are some jobs in education, nursing, and a small portion of jobs in technology and business, but many of them still have their primary career option as a homemaker. I would say that they have a high prevalence of aggression problems: indirect aggression, passive aggression, displaced aggression, bullying, hostile aggression. Many women can't afford to go for a long walk or jog in the park just to get away from it all. There is no pressure valve outside of prayer, shopping, and housework.

In my six years there, I initially did not understand how Saudi women could be happy. But no matter how oppressive it really and truly is, I won't deny the fact that there were some inexplicably happy women there. Clearly I wasn't one of them, but they do exist. I felt oppressed and walked away from a situation that could not be solved in any other way at the time. In my belief system, Muslims who create degrading policies and oppression for women in life do not adhere to the teachings of the Prophet and will not go to the same place as the Prophet in the Hereafter. They go to another place and suffer for their bad behavior during life.

NO, Nein, não, Ni, нет, non,

아니, い い え, 沒有, नहीं, ไม่

I hope you have the answer

So now let me tell you

The fact that women in the West are oppressed, that they have to work for men, bars, prostitution, hospitality, even secretaries !!

and the manager is a man !!

And tool to attract men

For many purposes ،

I told you

Her life to satisfy the man

She doesn't understand yet

In South Korea she is forced to attend work parties and serve men's drink and other things.

I don't understand why she accepts it ?!

In Japan there is a lot of prostitution and many men love girls in school uniforms and can hire a tea

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NO, Nein, não, Ni, нет, non,

아니, い い え, 沒有, नहीं, ไม่

I hope you have the answer

So now let me tell you

The fact that women in the West are oppressed, that they have to work for men, bars, prostitution, hospitality, even secretaries !!

and the manager is a man !!

And tool to attract men

For many purposes ،

I told you

Her life to satisfy the man

She doesn't understand yet

In South Korea she is forced to attend work parties and serve men's drink and other things.

I don't understand why she accepts it ?!

In Japan there is a lot of prostitution and many men love girls in school uniforms and can hire a teenage girl for that.

Oh nothing to say

In the US you find teenage pregnancy

194,377 babies were born to women between the ages of 15 and 19,

I don't understand his parents

But I feel sorry for them.

And so on

Yes, there is a lot but it is useless to mention it because you already know it.

So that no one protects women,

they are worth nothing, and since they are cheap, they depend on this

'if you have nothing to offer, show your body'

And this is disgusting

They don't know the meaning (values)

If you go to the most expensive jewelry store and ask her about the precious diamond, will she easily show it to you? ! No, will he see if he can afford it or not? Or do you deserve it or not? ..

So women in my country are even more expensive than diamonds

Strangely enough

She is not obliged to satisfy the man.

But the man is forced to satisfy the woman

This is the difference that makes others jealous

So Saudi Arabia is not right for you if you hate Islam

And no one will force you to come

You come voluntarily for money

And with all boldness ask us to change our culture and other things to suit you,

It's like visiting someone's home to stay a few days and tell them to change this and that for you!

Then

I hope you focus on the problems of women in other countries. If you even care about it

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