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Sanaz says her goodbyes and puts on her black robe over her shirt and jeans, her scarf hiding her earrings. She puts on gloves to hide her nail polish and exits out the door.
Her gaits and gestures have changed. It is in her best interest that she is not seen, not to be heard or noticed. She walks quickly with sense of determination.
The streets of Tehran and other Iranian cities are patrolled by militia, who ride in Toyota patrols. They're called The Blood of God.
VEILING IS A WOMAN'S PROTECTION
Sanaz will pass slogans on the walls; quotations from the Party of God.
MY SISTER, GUARD YOUR VEIL. MY BROTHER, GUARD YOUR EYES.
Is Sanaz aware of her own power?
Does she realize how dangerous she can be when her every stray gesture is a disturbance to public safety?
Does she think how vulnerable the Revolutionary Guards are who for over 18 years have patrolled the streets of Tehran and have had 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?
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