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Before leaving the house, Sanaz must cover up the proper way with her veil for she does not want to be caught by the militia.
Her best interest is to have as little attention on her as possible.
"I must sit in the right seat for I do not want trouble."
The seats on buses were segregated meaning that women would have to sit in the seats available in the back while men sat in the front.
If women disrespected the rules they were into patrol cars and are taken to jail, flogged, fined, and forced to wash toilets and were humiliated.
Hey little lady want to come with me?
Men and women in taxi cabs would be packed together like sardines and women would be harassed by bearded men.
My girls should not have to go through this and be humiliated.
Why should i have to hide just to walk in public?
Sanaz has arrived at her house and Azar reflects on the regime and how it defines Sanaz as a Muslim woman.
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