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.
She first moved to Saudi Arabia in 2007 after marrying a local, and now lives in the country’s capitol, Riyadh.
In her free time, which she has plenty of in the Kingdom, she enjoys photography, reading, writing, and cooking.
In some cases, although the law doesn’t support the practice, a woman cannot receive major medical treatment without the permission of her guardian.