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This article sheds light on Egypt as a country that is full of wonders and yet many contradictions. Women are expected to marry at a young age and yet all efforts to secure a suitable match are frowned upon. It is a mystery as to how women find suitable men to marry if all efforts are restricted by family, culture and religion. One may say that the revolution seemed to many a game changer for Egyptian women who marched in the streets alongside men. Several female protesters were injured and many reported incidents of being groped and sexually assaulted in theattack. Nevertheless, the protest marked a day were women voiced their feelings towards a tyrant regime. It was a first large-scale protest in the history of Egypt since the 1970s. President Hosni Mubarak had ruled the country for 30 years. People took to the streets to protest poverty, negligence, unemployment, corruption and autocratic governance.
|Journal||British Mensa's ANDROGYNY|
|Early online date||4 Oct 2018|
|Publication status||E-pub ahead of print - 4 Oct 2018|
- Male Health
- Sexual Health
- the Arab world
- Health service
- Egyptian Revolution
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