By Barney Henderson. Eight of Iran's women's football team are actually men awaiting sex change operationsit has been claimed. The country's football association was accused of being "unethical" for knowingly fielding eight men in its women's team.
Women deemed insufficiently veiled routinely get warned, detained, and sometimes fined or sentenced to jail terms. In some of those cases, police resort to verbal and physical violence. One of the vehicle's doors was said to have been ripped off its hinges by the crowd.
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In late December, a young woman appeared standing atop a utilities box in front of the French Bakery on Enghelab Revolution Avenue, one of the busiest streets in Tehran. She was holding a long stick with a white veil hanging limply off the end of it. She appeared just before the recent wave of protests that swept across Iran.
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A prominent member of the Islamic Republic's Cultural and Social Council for Women is defending child marriage, arguing it protects girls from a life of prostitution and illegal abortions. Though Rouhafza supports child marriage, she is a staunch opponent of integrating boys and girls in school. It is their contact outside of marriage that leads girls down the path to prostitution and illegal abortions, she says.
Men in Iran are snapping selfies in hijabs to protest the compulsory veiling law that requires all women in the country to wear them. Donning a headscarf and wearing loose, modest clothing in public to prevent sexual advances from men has been enforced for Iranian women since conservative laws were passed infollowing the Islamic Revolution in She founded My Stealthy Freedoman online movement against the enforced hijab, in
Saba was just 25 when she left her design job in New York to work on a project renovating an art gallery back in her hometown Tehran. Within months, she won three more contracts to do up galleries and the lobby of an apartment complex. Still it's hard, especially on a construction site. But it's hard anywhere.
It opens at the end of the Qajar dynasty, at a time when western thought and new ways of living directly begin to influence and change the traditional closed society of Iran. The heroine's father is an adib, a poet-scholar, and yet simple man who is preoccupied with philosophy and poetry. One day as he walks the streets immersed in his thoughts, a foreigner on horseback runs him down. The insolent foreigner whips the adib across the face.