Unfortunately there are a lot of misconceptions about how bedoin men treat their wives, and until you’re married to one, I suggest you don’t assume.
Kuwait has improved its record in some aspects of women's human rights, and its parliament has debated ways to improve migrant workers' rights.
However, broad discrimination continues against women in nationality, residency, and family law, and in their economic rights, despite women in 2005 gaining the right to vote and run for office.
Kuwait continues to exclude the stateless Bidun from full citizenship, despite their long-term roots in Kuwaiti territory.
So what are some of the biggest cultural differences you should expect to encounter? So a woman who doesn’t abide by this rule is often seen a a woman who has no respect for herself by an Arab man’s standards.