Divorces tend to asymmetrically favor the husband with respect to child custody and what Anglo-American common law would usually consider joint or common property.
Women's fashion may be limited by modesty laws, and certainly still restricted by social pressures.
Premarital public displays of affection may provoke punishments.
Adultery and rape are still handled in a manner considered improper in the US and Europe.
Homosexuality is still punishable by execution, as far as I know.
Also all the Saudi dissidents imprisoned by bone saw such as Raif Badawi https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raif_Badawi
Global Gender Gap Index Rank: 141st out of 149
Though from Wikipedia, thought this was an oddly discriminatory:
> women are still required to have men swear for them in a court of law.
The Wikipedia article simply serves as a well-sourced starting point.
In this case, the submission has been flagged by users, and it's not one where moderators would override the flags. In that sense you can say it's not "allowed".