Sanaz leaves her home, and as she does so her demeanor completely changes.
Sanaz makes sure to keep her head low, as not to aggravate the Blood of God.
The city walls carry constant reminders of how women are supposed to dress.
MY SISTER, GUARD YOUR VEIL. MY BROTHER, GUARD YOUR EYES.
Even the buses are segregated, with men in the front and women in the back.
Sanaz imagines a world like the one her mother grew up in. One where women and men could be in public together, and women weren't restricted on what the wore.
Even as Sanaz arrives back at her house to continue her regular family life, she is still overshadowed by the oppression of Muslim women and the rules, regulations and stigmas that come with that title