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Wednesday, March 8, 2017

A Day Without Women: Starbucks Saudi Arabia Style

In recognition of 'A Day Without Women', here's a reminder that Starbucks are going one better by making every day a day without women.

This is a job recruitment advert for Starbucks in Saudi Arabia which states, 'Starbucks Management Training Programme - Saudi Males Only':


Here's the link so readers can verify for themselves that this is genuine:
Starbucks Management Training Programme - Saudi males only

Here's an archived link in case the advert gets removed at some point in the future:
Starbucks Management Training Programme - Saudi males only (Archived link)


But Starbucks support for 'A Day Without Women' doesn't end there. Starbucks also once banned women from one of their stores in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia:


The sign says:

"Please no entry for ladies only send your driver to order."

Notice how the sign tells women to send their driver. That's because women aren't allowed to drive in Saudi Arabia.

Remember the women's rights marchers protesting against this during their march?

No?

I guess they forgot.

Just like they forget to protest against the fact that women require male permission to work in Saudi Arabia.

Just like they forgot to protest against the fact that women require male permission to travel outside of their homes in Saudi Arabia.

Just like they forgot to protest against the fact that women can't open bank accounts in Saudi Arabia.

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Here's a tweet from one lady who was refused service from that particular Starbucks:


After the tweet went viral, Starbucks issued a statement claiming the ban was imposed after a 'segregation wall' collapsed.1

Oh, well that makes it so much better!  /s

Once the segregation wall had been restored, Starbucks later issued a statement saying, "We are pleased to share that the store is now accessible to single men on one side as well as women and families on the other side."

1 http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/saudi-arabian-women-banned-from-starbucks-after-collapse-of-gender-segregation-wall-a6852646.html

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