Qaddafi's public rambling today has told us nothing about what will happen in Libya, nor whether the bloody reprisals against protesters will end. But as the dust settles on Tunisia and Egypt's unusually peaceful revolutions, women inside and outside of those countries are asking what's next for them.
Organizers estimate that more women have been turning out to protest in Egypt than in past actions. And women are also prominent at the movement's fore. Meanwhile, an eight-year-old girl in Saudi Arabia breaks it down for Mubarak.