Hard hypothetical question normally I don't like answering hypothetical questions I see them as traps. Anyway... I can tell you one thing. If I was a Muslim women, then I would have no comprehension of how its like to be a Muslim man, and the freedom that comes with it. So therefore if I haven't experienced the joys of it. Then I'd be content with my Muslim female role. Although if things became really bad for me and really crap, I would properly slowly put doubt into my husbands mind about his beliefs, and make him realize religion is fake. There's no mythological being in the sky waiting to punish you for precised transgressions against him. I'd try me best to live with it until it was unbearable. I'd probably commit suicide, if it became too hard for me.Just curious -- What if you were a Muslim woman? What if you were the person you are right this moment, but through some bizarre metaphysical incident you were suddenly perceived as female by everyone else around you and expected to adhere to all the rules and roles that you believe Muslim women should follow? Would you still honestly feel good about it? Would you hate it? Would you lay down and die and give in and follow the rules? Would you rebel? Would you flee? Is it a role you'd want to play?