- Posted June 12, 2012 by
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What if you weren't allowed to drive?
Advocate of Women's Rights
I am Lia from Manila. I love to drive. I drive for my friends and family. But this time, I will ride with my friend.
In the Philippines, there are lots of women driving. For me, being able to drive means freedom and independence.
I support the women of Saudi Arabia who want the right to drive.