There's a new protocol in Saudi Arabia, and Ellen is sounding-off.

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Yvonne Dubé
115 days ago

Dear Ellen;
Thank you for sharing the story "Women Drivers in Saudi Arabia". It is sad that in 2013 (almost 2014) women are still being treated differently because of their gender. Let's not forget that there is still so much work that needs to be done everywhere (in US and in Canada too) in order for women to be treated fairly and equally.
This is obvious to me when I see women still stock raising kids alone (and being treated differently because of it); still being used to promote businesses; still fighting for their right to abortion; right to drive a car (??); right to education and so on...

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Dominique McClain
171 days ago

YOU ARE MY HERO ELLEN! THNX FOR MAKING ME LAUGH EVERY DAY, I THINK I CAN SEE MY ABS COMING IN,(just kidding)! LUV YA ELLEN!!!!!!!

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abdullah
171 days ago

we don't say that it's law who says no,but islam says that any way that leads to wrong it's taboo, so my point is that when women take stand and drive it means that you can easly hurt them that's why not . thanx

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