Saudi And Other Muslim Women - Poem by Saiom Shriver
Saudi women can't
drive but now can vote
More and more places
ban the burqa coat.
Hidden repression of
is a foul smelling moat.
Poet's Notes about The Poem
11 things Saudi women can't do. According to the article below Saudi womenca
Drive a car
Interact with men
Try on clothes when shopping
Go anywhere without a chaperone
Wear clothes or make-up that 'show off their beauty'
Compete freely in sports
Enteri a cemetery
Read an uncensored fashion magazine
The UK recognized women's right to vote in 1918, France in 1944, Switzerland in 1971.
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