A vintage Egyptian vespa ad stands in stark contrast to a photo of a men-only bike rally organized by the Freedom and Justice Party I had blogged about.
A 1895 don’t-list for female cyclists gives rise to this post about transport, cycling, and women in Egypt. Are bikes really agents of change? Is the level of bike-ridership among women an indicator of their state of emancipation? How much so in Egypt?
Presentation of the newest book on my I-want-it-! list – The Monuments of Historic Cairo: A Map and Descriptive Catalogue