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” asked Abdullah Hejazi, my boyish-looking guide in Old Jidda.

Under a glowing Arab moon on a hot winter night, Abdullah was showing off the jewels of his city—charming green, blue, and brown houses built on the Red Sea more than a hundred years ago.

The houses, empty now, are stretched tall to capture the sea breeze on streets squeezed narrow to capture the shade.

The latticed screens on cantilevered verandas were intended to ensure “the privacy and seclusion of the harem,” as the Lebanese writer Ameen Rihani noted in 1930.

A few told of putting their phone numbers on Twitter, BB, Facebook, Whatsapp or through Keek to troll for a bite from women in the digital ether.

As we’ve learned from this great No Woman, No Cry video by Hisham Fageeh, Saudi Arabian rules ban women from driving.

This must drive them and their love interests crazy because provocative eye contact and inter-gender chat between strangers is also taboo.

The trend has ruffled ultraconservatives who see it as an affront to the very foundations of the kingdom, where strict interpretations of Islam and rigid tribal codes have long dictated the terms of marriage.

In this Sunday, May 11, 2014 photo, a Saudi woman seen through a heart-shaped statue walks along an inlet of the Red Sea in Jiddah, Saudi Arabia.

JIDDAH, Saudi Arabia (AP) — Amna Fatani knows she wants a brilliant career and a life different from that of Saudi women of her mother's generation who married early, usually to a husband not of their own choosing.

The 27-year-old, studying for her master's degree at Georgetown University in Washington and hoping to someday become Saudi Arabia's first female labor minister, is part of a growing number of Saudi women choosing to remain single through their 20s and into their 30s as they pursue other ambitions.

The news has been filled recently with reports of vicious attacks on people exercising their freedom of expression.

(The public lashing of blogger Raif Badawi for criticizing Islam in Saudi Arabia or the Charlie Hedbo shooting by radical Muslims in France come to mind.) While heartbreaking, these tragedies can also remind us how precious (and precarious) such freedom really is.

A growing number of Saudi women are remaining single through their 20s and into their 30s as they pursue their ambitions, sending ultraconservatives into a panic.

Traditionally, women in Saudi Arabia are expected to be married by their early twenties.