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  • Bye, see you later.
  • Why do I have to hide myself? Why can't I be free?
  • "She says her good-byes and puts on her black robe and scarf over her orange shirt and jeans, coiling her scarf around her neck to cover her huge gold earrings. She directs wayward strands of hair under the scarf, puts her notes into her large bag, straps it on over her shoulder and walks out into the hall. She pauses a moment on top of the stairs to put on thin lacy black gloves to hide her nail polish." - line 4-10
  • I don't want to see any skin!
  • "We follow Sanaz down the stairs, out the door and into the street. You might notice that her gait and her gestures have changed. " -lines 11-13
  • MY SISTER, GUARD YOUR VEIL. MY BROTHER, GUARD YOUR EYES.
  • "It is in her best interest not to be seen, not be heard or noticed. She doesn’t walk upright, but bends her head towards the ground and doesn’t look at passersby. She walks quickly and with a sense of determination." -lines 13-16
  • "The streets of Tehran and other Iranian cities are patrolled by militia, who ride in white Toyota patrols, four gun-carrying men and women, sometimes followed by a minibus. They are called the Blood of God. They patrol the streets to make sure that women like Sanaz wear their veils properly, do not wear makeup, do not walk in public with men who are not their fathers, brothers or husbands. " -lines 16-22
  • "She 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. Beside the slogan is a charcoal drawing of a woman: her face is featureless and framed by a dark chador. MY SISTER, GUARD YOUR VEIL. MY BROTHER, GUARD YOUR EYES." -lines 22-28
  • "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." -lines 29-30
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