Reading Lolita in Tehran graphic
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Lets imagine one of the girls named Sanaz dressed in an orange shirt and blue jeans.
She says her goodbyes, puts on her black robe and scarf over her orange shirt and jeans, coiling her scarf around her neck covering huge gold earrings.
The streets of Tehran and other Iranian cities are patrolled by militia, who ride around in white Toyota patrols, four gun carrying men and women.
Busses are segregated and women are packed in the back like sardines.
Young women who disobey the rules are hurled into patrol cars, taken to jail, flogged, fined, and forced to go back to the same thing.
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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