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"The country’s first female law firm has opened its doors to protect women’s rights in Saudi Arabia, two months after its founder along with three other female lawyers were granted licenses to practice law in the traditionally patriarchal kingdom. Now Saudi women can seek help, advice and legal aid from Bayan Mahmoud Al Zahran, the first Saudi woman lawyer who launched the female law firm in Jeddah. 'I believe women lawyers can contribute a lot to the legal system. This law firm will make a difference in the history of court cases and female disputes in the Kingdom. I am very hopeful and thank everyone who supported me in taking this historical step,' Zahran said."
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I need feminism because I hate how sports treat women. WNBA works just as hard, if not harder than the NBA, but these women don't get nearly as much support. The fact that they are separate, to me, say that we don't see women as equals. Women should be allowed to do what they want without sexual bias.
Contributed by Joseph Perry