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So if there were a possibility to just leave, would you take it, even that means problems with family, visiting your country, etc?Yes, I plan on leaving as soon as I'm done with my college education. Everything has a price, and securing myself a safe life in a country that protects me as a human by law has a price too. I can only imagine how difficult it must be to get some independent info in you country about basicaly everything, also have you experienced any problems yet, because of your opinions? I love reading, and my parents have always encouraged that about me.That doesn't really change the fact that I have to have a driver to take me to college, or the fact that I can't leave campus before 12pm unless my guardian picks me up, or that I needed his permission in the first place to enroll.I don't care about the big flashy changes they make to better their image worldwide. To answer your second question, I don't think it's the general opinion nationally. do you think there is something liberal people in saudi arabia (like yourself) can do to change the situation for the better?I'm wondering about these things because doing nothing doesn't seem to be an option if you want change.
So I thougt that your goverment uses the same methods...Also, one thing I heard a lot was that while people were ready for change, they were also hesitant to change so quickly that it would cause a political backlash from conservative elements in the country.This was probably heightened due to the beginning of the Arab Spring and uprising in Bahrain, but it seemed to me to be a genuine concern. If so, do most people feel the king is doing a good job balancing the two camps while moving toward greater equality? If you're ever in the States, let me know; I'd love to return the kindness your country showed me.I love that you are curious and thirst for knowledge!
One thing that I have always wondered; why doesn't everybody?It seemed at the time there were several positive indications for improved women's rights: the right to vote and run for municipal office, increasing female enrollment in higher education (IIRC, one of the co-ed colleges we visited was over 50% female), and increased political pressure to change driving laws.