Subaru pressured for selling cars where women can’t drive

Women want the female-marketed car company to pull out of Saudi Arabia.

Warning: Saudi activists in mirror may be larger than they appear.

That’s what the minds behind the Saudi Women for Driving would like the Japanese car company to know, as more than 1,000 people an hour are signing a new online petition on behalf of the campaign.

In recent months, calls have been growing louder in Saudi Arabia to move women’s rights forward and make it legal for them to drive cars. And Subaru, known for its heavy marketing towards women is the campaign’s first target.

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