Do make sure, however, that you rely primarily on the required readings and videos. Question: Abu-Rabia-Queder notes that Bedouin women have few options when it comes to improving their situation, and that those that seek change within tradition or religion may be more effective in meeting practical needs than outright rebels. Consider, too, the actions of conservative women in Kelly’s article on crisis pregnancy centers, and the conservative women of the YAF discussed in Klatch’s article. Does any attempt to carve out a space in a patriarchal society in which women can act have the effect of reinforcing patriarchal norms? Or could it end up subverting those norms, insofar as, pace Molyneux, an awareness of practical gender interest may sometimes lead to a greater feminist consciousness? How can women in conservative groups or societies advocate for themselves, whether as feminist or conservative women?