Yemeni women use their mobile phones to take photos of a demonstration by anti-government protestors in Sanaa, Yemen demanding the resignation of President Ali Abdullah Saleh. Women are fighting to keep a voice for their rights sounding out amid the tumult of Yemen's landmark revolt. The main goal of the protests by millions around the country, day in and day out since February, is the ouster of President Saleh and his regime, in place for nearly 33 years. But the liberal activists who launched the campaign have always had broader hopes for blanket social change in Yemen, where tribal traditions and deep religious conservatism have always reigned supreme no matter who is in power.
A Yemeni female protestor with colors of the Libyan and Yemeni flags painted on her hands attends a demonstration demanding the resignation of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh in Sanaa, Yemen.