A crash course in changing the world.
This is probably the most ambitious episode yet. All of the other problems have been a matter of practicality, while this one is a morality/cultural/religious problem. No matter who you are, you need food and water and could benefit from electricity. However, there is not "practical" benefit to women's rights in the eyes of many people around the world.
Probably, the best that can be done is to bring light to the atrocities committed against women (and girls). The digital age has really done a lot for this. Countries wishing to modernize are hopefully embarrassed when a village girl is found buried alive after being raped. At least, I hope they are embarrassed by such events.
As much chafe as France receives from Americans, I deeply respect their holding human rights higher than religious rights - hence banning the burqa in public schools and now trying to ban it outright. However, I don't think it's right for a country to dictate fashion in any capacity - free will.
I think this quest is about getting things moving. We can't just sit around waiting for things to happen or no one will ever do anything. We must be courageous and willing to make a change.
I do not have much anything to say.
I have no questions about this topic.