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I leave those cultural rules at the door when I come home, and live my private life just as I would back home.
READ MORE: Doha: My Perfect Day But nearly 10 years after that meeting, here I sit, in the country’s capital, enjoying a nice warm breeze blowing through said curtains on a typical February afternoon. Regardless of our plans and our vision of where we will end up, life has its own agenda, taking us down roads we never even knew existed.I never dreamed that my life would someday lead me from hearing about Saudi Arabia on the nightly news to actually living there.In some cases, although the law doesn’t support the practice, a woman cannot receive major medical treatment without the permission of her guardian.The quality of life of a Saudi woman depends entirely on her family, namely the male members.She may enjoy a life that very much resembles the one she had back home, with parties, concerts or plays, and social events with friends or the expat community.
Since I came to Saudi Arabia as the wife of a Saudi citizen, my life resembles something between that of a local and that of an expat.
Restrictions on women In Saudi Arabia, women face several restrictions based entirely on gender.
A woman, regardless of age or marital status is required to have a male guardian.
As I sit here on this gorgeous day in February, the warm breeze blowing through my curtains, my marriage is over.
I am not permitted to move back home with my daughter, not able to move on with my life, not able to work to support myself, my gender being the only thing that is limiting me.
Her guardian may be her father, her husband, her uncle, her brother, or even her own son.