Saudi Arabia rolls out new fleet of women-only cars. pic.twitter.com/rK19Ztfojh
— jon gabriel (@exjon) September 26, 2017
Well, as it turns out, he was really onto something:
— Ford Middle East (@FordMiddleEast) September 27, 2017
— Nando (@TooOldTooStupid) September 28, 2017
Is this supposed to look like a woman in a Burqa? Because it does. pic.twitter.com/vKGGDIGHeJ
— neontaster (@neontaster) September 28, 2017
Does Ford’s Middle Eastern outpost think this makes Saudi women look empowered? Because … it doesn’t.
— T.R. (@PereJules) September 28, 2017
— NoorSalah (Designer) (@iamnoorsalah) September 28, 2017
So she doesn't sit in the driver seat? As no way you will look like this in driver seat.
— Wario32 (@Wario32) September 28, 2017
Ok you can drive….
But if you dare show any skin we will publicly lash you
— durrdevil (@durrdevil0) September 28, 2017
Masking oppression with, I'll admit, clever marketing doesn't make it less oppressive.
— Micah (@MicahMeatbag) September 28, 2017