Reading Lolita in Tehran
By vylettem, Updated
...starting with random lady
She says her goodbye and puts on her black robes and scarf over her orange shirt and jeans. We follow Sanaz down the stairs, out the door, while concealing her nail polish , she leaves into the streets.
As she's outside her gestures change, her best interest is to not be seen or heard. The streets were patrolled by a militia, which were called the Blood of God.
MEN WHO WEAR TIES ARE U.S LACKEYS. VEILING IS A WOMAN'S PROTECTION. MY SISTER, GUARD YOUR VEIL. MY BROTHER, GUARD YOUR EYES.
The seating on the bus was segregated, women in the back and men in the front.
The struggle was so very real for us woman in tehran
We have reached Sanaz's house, where we will leave her on her doorstep, perhaps to confront her brother on the other side and to think in her heart of her boyfriend.
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