I know you're probably not that into politics, and certainly not the politics of a foreign country so far away, but just for 3 minutes, find out about Neda. Then think how much courage it took to protest against a dictatorship. Then think of what it must be like to be a woman in this type of theocracy. Then know, that many women are in the front lines of these protests. What does that say to you about courage? What does that say to you about whether they've had enough of other people telling them what to do, think, wear, believe? Would you have had the courage to protest if you had been Neda?