You know how there is a difference sometimes in car drivers? Some people discriminate on people solely by the automobiles they drive. Of course, these are sweeping generalizations and not everyone is the same. I am often judged unfairly because of the type of car I drive (but I don't care - I love my car and that's why I bought it; not to race it or to prove how much muscle the engine has).
This is my perspective; what I see.
I am passing along a compliment to all the Kuwaiti girls who drive Porsches - specifically the 911 model (not Panameras or Cayans). All (again, a generalization) of the 911 Girls look like little dolls. Like founder Ferry Porsche said, "a small, lighweight sports car that uses energy efficiently." They are upper class, are very well dressed and polished and don't seem to be easily annoyed in traffic. They know the capability of their cars, but just seem happy to be driving them rather than proving their power. And unlike their sisters who drive Mercedes, they seem much more content to just "be". (I love Mercedes by the way - it is my favorite vehicle, but then ... I've never driven a Porsche so I don't have anything to compare it to.) The Mercedes girls seem to have been gifted their cars rather than having to earn it. Maybe the Porsche girls had do to more work to attain a sports car. It just seems to be a different attitude.
20 years ago, you would rarely see a Kuwaiti woman driving a sports car. Now, it is normal. But if you think about it, the women who started driving sports cars were pioneers for others to follow.
Anyhow, back to my point: You go, pretty little Kuwaiti Porsche girls!