DURRAT AL ARRUS, SAUDI ARABIA - DECEMBER, 2002:   Intimate moment for a Saudi couple at a seaside resort on December, 2002 in Durrat Al-Arus, Saudi Arabia.  Even in warm weather, all women above a certain age must wear the abaya, (traditional long black tunic covering the body from head to toe) in public and in the presence of their close male family members (including a mahram, a male tutor, father, husband or brother) to protect themselves from the other men's look. Only very young girls are allowed to wear a more "relaxed" outfit showing arms and head. (Photo by Reza/Getty Images)