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As a child I really thought women weren't allowed to drive cars when men are in the same car...
Even though my mother was our leader in many ways, my father was the one who had to drive, to prevent people from gossiping and to fit into some widely expected gender roles. It was a weird theater around fragile masculinity.
As they grew older they mostly stayed with this habit, but began to care less about what people think about those matters, and I'm also grateful our society became a bit more liberal during the past 20 years.
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