Lolita in Tehran
By epishlo, Updated
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Sanaz puts on her black robe and scarf to cover her orange shirt and jeans.
Outside her gestures have changed, it is in her best interest not to be noticed. She walks quickly with a sense of determination.
Sanaz will pass slogans on the walls, quotations from Khomeini and a group called the Party of God.
MEN WHO WEAR TIES ARE U.S. LACKEYS. VEILING IS A WOMAN'S PROTECTION.
On the bus, seating is segregated. Sanaz is made to sit in the back with the other women while men sit up front.
Sanaz distances herself as much as possible from her surroundings by wondering why things were changed after her mother's generation.
The regime ruled women and had tried to make their personal identities and history irrelevant. They were never free of the regime's definition of them as Muslim women.
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