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Tahmineh believes there are rising numbers of girls like her, who are from religious or traditional families but prepared to experiment sexually before marriage.
“Most girls in my area think that just being in a confined space with a boy is a sin, but my best friend has had la-paee sex, and I know lots of girls from less strict families who are allowed to hang out with boys, but who are still expected to be virgins, so they all have anal sex instead.” This phenomenon is so ubiquitous in Tehran that anal sex has become the butt – pun intended – of many a Tehrani joke.
When Iranian American anthropologist Pardis Mahdavi first visited Tehran in the summer of 2000, she expected to encounter the Iran she grew up imagining.
Even among some of the richer classes that ostensibly live more “western” lives, partying with alcohol and music, the men will happily sleep around but will want to marry someone “pure”.Health Law | Family Law | Marriage | Family Planning | Abortion | Honor Crimes | Sex Education | STD | HIV/AIDS | Religion | Modernity | Identity | Feminism | Dress Code | Gender Segregation | Cosmetic Surgery | Love | FGM | Virginity | Premarital Sex | Sex-Related Issues | Sex Change | Sexual Minorities | Sexual Revolution | Prostitution | Sex Trade | Youth | Diaspora | History | Art | Literature | Film | Comedy | Fashion | Dance | Music | Books Profile The International Encyclopedia of Sexuality: Iran | PDF UNICEF - Iran, Islamic Republic of - Statistics Iran: World Health Organisation (WHO) Health Organizations Ministry of Health and Medical Education Family Health Public Health Law Iran: Health Legislation (WHO) Family Law Iran Family Law (Emory University) Law pertaining to population and family planning (Harvard University) The 2007 Family Protection Bill in Iran Family Law in Iran (Essay) Controversial 'Family Bill' Returns To Iranian Parliament's Agenda (RFE/RL) Iran rejects easing polygamy law (BBC) Iran women get more divorce rights (BBC) Family law in ancient Iran More...Marriage Iranian Marriage Ceremony Iranian Marriage Contract Marriage contract, 1874 Iran's government tries to play matchmaker - The Economist (February 7, 2015) Can Iran 'control' its cohabiting couples?Here, a woman’s virtue is the cornerstone of life, and local people blame bad hijab and declining morals for everything from high inflation to unemployment.Women live under constant risk of being branded loose for behaviour as anodyne as laughing too raucously or wearing the colour red.