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Saudi Arabia women demand basic freedoms: Will acting out help women in the country gain the rights they are seeking?

  • Yes, acting out will help women in the country gain the rights they are seeking.

    Yes, acting out will help women in the country gain the rights they are seeking because it is the only way people will start to listen to them. If they stay silent, what will they accomplish? They have to act out to get attention and will afterward get the change they need.

  • Yes, it will.

    Acting out will help this women get what they want. Sometimes it is good to demonstrate so that leaders in our society can listen to our views. This women need to be granted their basic freedom. They ought to earn it simply because this is the 21 century where men are equal to women.

  • Women are campaigning for their rights, no matter what it takes

    Women in Saudi Arabia are taking decisive action towards becoming freestanding members of society who don't need or want the protection of men. This may be considered "acting out" by some, but I think this kind of activity is appropriate given the years of oppression that women there have suffered.

  • No, it won't likely help women gain the rights they are seeking.

    Some women in Saudi Arabia have been acting out - protesting - as a way to gain basic rights. However, these protests by women in the country will not likely help them gain any additional rights. The Saudi government views women as third-class citizens, and will not be very sympathetic to their plight.


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