Essay The Fight For Women 's Rights

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The fight for women’s rights has been going on for centuries. The Middle East is one of the toughest places to be a woman. There are many restrictions placed on women, and many rights that women are not entitled to have. In a marriage everything is supposed to be equal between the man and the woman, but in the Middle East it is the opposite of equal. Married life for a woman is extremely difficult and unfair in the Middle East, in Saudi Arabia marriage for women just gets worse, in Iraq marriage is very unfair, and in Afghanistan marriage is both deadly and dangerous for women.
Women in Saudi Arabia have a very tough life, and it gets tougher once they are married. Women are practically treated as if they are children; they are not allowed to go anywhere without having a chaperone with them. Ladies cannot have any interaction with men that they are not related to, and they are not aloud to wear any clothing or makeup that shows off any beauty. They even have to ask their husband’s for permission to do everything. Even if a woman is not married, but she is in a relationship, she can not live with the man, meet with him in public without a chaperone, and the couple is not allowed to travel together. If a woman is pregnant or having a sexual relationship,or suspicion of it, with someone she can be killed for it. A marriage in Saudi Arabia can only be with a man and a woman. Homosexuality is illegal and can be punished by death or by imprisonment. Marriage for men and…

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