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  • Hopefully I have covered everything, today im going to really try my best not to be seen.
  • Brother! Im leaving to go to the store, I will be back shortly!
  • Everything is clear, women in area 31 is wearing their veils properly and not walking with any males that is not their family members or husbands.
  • I wonder when I can meet my  boyfriend in turkey 
  • MEN WHO WEAR TIES ARE US LACKEYS
  • MEN WHO WEAR TIES ARE US LACKEYS
  • VEILING IS A WOMAN'S PROTECTION
  • MY SISTER, GUARD YOUR VEIL. MY BROTHER, GUARD YOUR EYES
  • In Tehran, Iran, Abeela is getting ready to leave her home but before she leaves she has to put a veil over her pink shirt and jeans, coiling her scarf around her neck to cover her huge gold earrings. She directs wayward strands of hair under the scarf.
  • WE BETTER NOT CATCH YOU WITHOUT YOUR VEIL ON!
  • Abeela gestures changes as she walks and she distants her mind. She is a single women who walks by herself because she as a women in Iran is not allowed to walk with men who are not their fathers, brothers or husbands. unless she wants to be arrested, beaten, or jailed as an act of punishment.
  • GO AWAY! THIS BENCH IS NOW MINE!
  • Women of my moms generation could walk the streets freely and have rights to do as they please, this is not fair.
  • LEAVE THIS BENCH OR I WILL SAY THAT YOU DIDN'T HAVE YOUR VEIL ON!
  • Bus stop
  • In Tehran, many walls are covered in slogans by the Party of God and the Khomeini, Abeela will have a reminder of what the government has enforced when she see the slogans as she walk by.
  • WOMEN ONLY RIDE IN THE BACK OF THE BUS!
  • A special militia, called the Blood of God, patrols  Iranian cities like Tehran to make sure that women follow the strict rules that was enforced by the new government.
  • Due to a new government in Iran, women like Abeela are discriminated against, and have lost many of the rights they once had.
  • Even if women want to ride the bus, they are forced to enter the bus through the back and ride in the back. Iranian women used to have rights and freedom, but not anymore. But as Abeela rides the bus she is determined to go to the store and go straight back home.
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