Then, if there is any time, or food, or money left, Om Nawal takes care of herself. She is divorced, with two children, and has no means of support. "There's nothing to be ashamed about but I wish that she doesn't have to," Om Nawal said.
Heating was not an option, she said, because they can no longer afford to buy fuel.
Sondos Al-Ariqi, a young Yemeni-American woman, sees these marriages as exploitative. I can`t blame Yemeni youths who resort to this type of marriage because they have no choices to improve their situation, he said.
They only seek a life with dignity and where law and order is enforced.
play a secondary role in running the household and raising the children and, in rural areas, helping to work the family farm.
Though nearly one-fourth of Yemeni women obtain work outside the home, a woman traditionally earns most of her through bearing children, particularly males.
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