I wish I could roam freely like it was before, the stories my mom told me were amazing and there has been major change since then
As Sanaz left the authors home she knew that although what women went through daily would now be known she would still have to continue doing what she regularly does until change arrives.
The day that change arrives I will be grateful, grateful that I can go out with friends however I want, grateful that I can be seen with the opposite gender, and grateful that I can follow a career that I enjoy and doesn't discriminate me because of my gender.
Sanaz prefers to walk home rather than taking public transportation due to the fact that buses are segregated between men and women and that she would have to try even harder not cause any disturbances.
One day I'll be able to dress how I want even in public without getting harassed.
Although Sanaz has gotten used to how she must travel she doesn't really enjoy it since she can't even walk home normally since she has to change how she walks and acts when in public.
I hope that all the women that suffer daily because of this cruelty get peace and help, so that Iran can become great once again.
As Sanaz continues walking home she thinks about the opportunities taken from her since females are being oppressed. There were alot of things she could have done which are impossible now when Iran used to allow this.
As much as I would like for there to be change I know that in the end without the help of someone with authority or power, I can only protect myself by following the rules and being cautious in public.
As Sanaz gets to the door of her apartment she wonders what life would really be like without all the cruelty and harsh rules that discriminate against women which in her opinion is unfair.