Nada Alhaj, University student in Yemen.
"When it comes to women in politics, their rights are threatened and often violated. They are being watched closely and their behavior and work are scrutinized", she says.
Since popular uprisings swept across swathes of North Africa and the Middle East, women and their rights have become a hotly debated topic well beyond the region's borders.
Much ink has been spilt on whether women have benefited from the uprisings. But what do women on the ground think?
"Women of the Revolution" is a Thomson Reuters Foundation project that seeks to hand women the microphone so they can speak for themselves.