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Trigger Warning: You Might Be Sensitive to the Content of a Feminist Revolution in Iran

Sep 29, 2022 View Original Article
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    98% Extremely Conservative

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60% : Having an Iranian and a US passport and visiting Iran as a child every year during the summer break is an immense privilege compared to those who live there with only an Iranian passport, which only ten or so countries welcome without a visa.
52% : Editor's Note: This essay is published under a pseudonym to protect the author, who is an artist born and raised in Iran and now living in the United States.
47% : Iranian hijabi women (who practice wearing a headscarf by virtue of their faith) appeared on interviews with opposition TV channels (outside Iran) without hijab in solidarity with the protestors and the mourning families in Kurdistan, and Iranians all over the world.
46% : It is possible to stand against the empire and stand with the people of Iran: it is one and the same resistance.
46% : The dynamics of power and privilege in Iran cannot be considered only through a Western, even intersectional lens, unless that intersectionality takes into account not only gender, ethnicity, race, sexuality, religion, class, and ability, but the context of specific vectors of power and privilege.
45% : Those of us who grew up in Iran have childhood memories of being abandoned or waiting, terrified, as our mothers, aunts, sisters, and even grandmothers were taken into a tent, a van, small room, detention center, or police station (comitée) to "correct" their appearance.
39% : In cases of violent death at the hands of the state in Iran, it is common that they hold the dead body hostage.
38% : As videos of horror emerge from Iran -- the police directly shooting at protesters, through the windows of people's homes, chasing and dragging protesters' bodies, kidnapping, wounds, blood, and gunshots -- Instagram keeps censoring the content to allegedly protect its viewers.
36% : Jina (Mahsa) Amini was a 22-year-old Kurdish woman visiting Tehran with her family when she was arrested by Iran's Morality Police (Gashte Ershad) for wearing "improper" hijab on September 13.
36% : Amini was taken in the police van by force and transferred to the dreadful Vozara detention center in Tehran to undergo a "re-education" program to be "corrected," fined, and then released.
34% : Even though the Morality Police is a fairly recent offshoot of the Iranian police or Niruye Entezami (The Disciplinary Force), the everyday systemic harassment of women in Iran has a long history.
33% : But the arbitrary way the Morality Police functions in Iran has, by design, turned them into a source of harassment for women for nearly 20 years.
31% : The violent killing of Jina (Mahsa) Amini, a 22-year-old Kurdish woman who was a guest in my hometown of Tehran, reminded all of us of how vulnerable women are in Iran.

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