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"Let's imagine one of the girls, Sanaz, leaving my house... puts on her black robe and scarf over her orange shirt..."
"She doesn't walk upright, but bends her head towards the ground and doesn't look at passerby... The streets of Tehran and other Iranian cities are patrolled by militia who ride in white toyota patrols.... called the Blood of God. Make sure that women wear their viels properly."
"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. Yet in taxis, which accepted as many as five passengers, men and women are squeezed together like sardines."
MEN WHO WEAR TIES ARE U.S LACKEYS. VIELING IS A WOMAN'S PROTECTION.
Is my situation the same as my mothers when she was my age? She could walk freely, enjoy the company of the opposite sex...
"Does she feel humiliated by the new laws, by the fact that after the revolution, the age of marriage was lowered from eighteen to nine, that stoning became once more the punishment for adultery and prostitution?"
"Does she realize how dangerous she can be when her very own stray gesture is a disturbance to public safety? Does she think how vulnerable the revolutionary guards who are over 18 years have patrolled the streets of Tehran and have to endure young women like herself, and those of other generations walking, talking, showing a strand of hair just to remind them that they haven't converted?"
I wish i could wear makeup and let my hair down...
She arrives at her destination...
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