Objects & Places from Princess: A True Story of Life Behind the Veil in Saudi Arabia

Jean Sasson
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Abaaya - This is a full body covering that is often made out of black fabric used to cover a Saudi woman while she is in a place where she might be seen by men who are not of her immediate family. Saudi women are required to begin wearing this when they begin menstruating.

Veil - Saudi women are required to wear this piece of clothing made of dark material of various thicknesses. This is to protect a woman's face from being seen by a man not of her immediate family.

Swimming Pool - One friend of Sultana, Nadia, was murdered here after her father became aware that she was meeting with foreign men for sexual encounters.

Ghutra and Igaal - This is a headdress and cord that Saudi men wear.

Pornography - This is strictly forbidden for Saudi men to possess. Angry with Ali, Sultana took...

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