Such as, paying the women monthly so, they can buy clothes, accessories, and almost everything, which women need. Women aren’t responsible to make money neither put food on the table, and that how Saudi people do it in their culture, women should stay home, take care of the kids and watch them while the men busy at work (Sasson, J. P, 1992). Most of the Saudi women are Muslims who believe that it is a husband’s responsibility to take care and provide for the entire family. A husband who does not provide is considered inadequate. Well, that is true, but I also believe Saudi women should take the initiative of looking after the family by providing financial support. Marriage is a union, which calls for mutual support from both parties. A wife should be willing to support his husband in whichever capacity she can. Unfortunately, this is not the case for Saudi women. Ultimately, Saudi women live a luxurious lifestyle. A Saudi woman is required by the law of the land to have a male guardian. These guardians assume the responsibility of catering for her needs and wants. The father acts as a guardian at birth. He is responsible for the child’s well being by providing the basic needs as compelled by law. Upon marriage, the husband is granted the guardianship. The widowed women are under the care of their sons, which is also a law requirement. The son is under an obligation to grant her mother permission to travel out of the country. The nation’s laws enacted this law to protect women, which I think is a remarkable idea (Deif, F., & Human Rights Watch (Organization, 2008). It is true that some Saudi women are now getting empowered to venture into the dominated male society. A significant number of women have shown interest in taking jobs for self sustainability (Ba?qa?dir, A. B. A., Heinrichsdorff, A. M., & Akers, D. S, 1998). What Novrah Almansar fails to state is that, there are thousands of other women who are still undecided. They are unsure whether they are ready to take up the task assumed to be men’s responsibilities. Some point out that, they are afraid in undertaking tasks, which they feel incapable. The writer is wrong in his claim that Saudi women are more hardworking as compared to the American women. Personally, I heard a lady friend in school from Saudi. In her confession, she told me that she was perplexed by how American women run around town doing errands, and she does not think she is ready for that. She further states,” In my country, it is illegal for a woman to drive, and it is a relief for us”. There are those who have gone a step further to challenge any form change, supporting the status quo. Novrah Almansar fails to give an insight his statement about a woman who got arrested for driving. The main reason for her arrest was due to attempting to drive without a driving license. Possession of a driving license for any car driver is important license since it proves that a person has the required driving skills. The nations’ law requires every driver to have a driving license, which guarantees his or her safety, and the passengers on board. In 2008, a Saudi woman named Rawdah Al-Yousif, collaborated with the royal family members to give emphasis on the guardianship system.