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"Yet in taxis, which accept as many as 5 passengers, men and women are squeezed together like sardines... Where so many of my students complain of being harassed by God-fearing men."
"We follow Sanaz down the stairs, out the door and into the streets."
"You might notice that her gait and her gestures have changed. It is in her best interest not to be seen and or, not to be heard or noticed. She doesn't walk upright, but bends her head towards the ground and doesn't look at passersby."
"If she gets on a bus, the seating is segregated. She must enter through the rear door and sit in the back seats, allocated to women. "
"In the course of nearly two decades, the streets have been turned into a war zone, where young women who disobey the rules are hurled into police cars, taken to jail, flogged, fined, forced to wash the toilets and humiliated, and as soon as they leave, they go back and do the same thing."
"We have reached Sanaz's house, where we will leave her on her doorstep... These girls, my girls, had both a real history and a fabricated one. Although they came from very different backgrounds, the regime that ruled them had tried to make their personal identities and histories irrelevent. They were never free of the regime's definition of them as Muslim women."
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