'Making Do in Damascus' offers a portrayal of ordinary family life in Syria. It explores how women draw on cultural ideals around gender, religion and family to negotiate a sense of collective and personal identity.The pill is widely and cheaply available but has a reputation for making it difficult to get pregnant once a woman stops using it. ... Khadija also speculated that women have a hard time trusting the effectiveness and long-term safety of oral contraceptives because there are rumors ... Relatives have little patience with delay, whether intended or not, after a couple have been married even just a few months.
|Title||:||Making Do in Damascus|
|Author||:||Sally K. Gallagher|
|Publisher||:||Syracuse University Press - 2012|