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Tahmineh wears the all-encompassing, black chador because her parents insist on it, and because neighbours in her conservative community gossip about women who choose to wear the headscarf and manteau, the overcoat that is meant to keep curves concealed.
But in Tehran, being a virgin does not mean that Tahmineh has not had sex. Of course I want to have proper sex, but until I know for sure that my boyfriend wants to get married, I can’t risk it.” Before Tahmineh graduated to anal sex, she and her friends were having la-paee (literally, “thigh”) sex, where the man uses a woman’s clenched thighs to orgasm.
A new form of engaging in sexual relationships has sprung upon Iran's virtual scene as of late, and is being widely criticized. It's legal, unlike dating websites and most chat rooms. I want to get to show off my body as much as the next woman does. In a 50-minute session, it's not only the man who is sexually satisfied.
There are also Facebook pages dedicated to women who openly announce their readiness to become concubines, some of whom refer interested men to procurers. I don't know about others, but after the sexual encounter, I am satisfied just like my sex partner is. And I also get paid, so for me, it's fair; a win-win situation for both parties involved.
Virginity is seen as a marker of decency, of good family stock and morals.
In the narrow, twisting clutch of roads where Tahmineh lives, revealing your hair even to an uncle or a male cousin is not acceptable.
The main part of this blog and similar ones is the personal ads from women. "I was asked this question countless times during my month travelling through the Islamic Republic, and my answer was always the same: "I love it; it's an amazing country full of beautiful, friendly and generous people." But I was always more interested to know what Iranians' ideas about Iran were, and I didn't need to do much asking because their opinions were usually forthcoming."In Iran," one young man said while giving me a lift on the back of his motorcycle, "we cannot do what we want to do.For example, if a man and a woman want to have sex but they are not married it is not allowed.Across the country, in both conservative and relatively liberal cities, I found the frustration of young Iranians palpable.As globalised media and the internet increasingly expose them to the freedoms of their counterparts in the West, the approximately 70 per cent of the population under 30 years old seems to have collectively decided that they want to do the same things we take for granted in countries like Australia.