However, many young Iranians—even religious ones—don't identify with the country's imposed Islamic values.
Hitchhiking is done in Iran by waving one's arm at an oncoming car, or by dribbling one of your hands.
His mother, sitting speechless in a chair next to her husband, went pale.A retired colonel in the Iranian Air Force, Saeed’s father looked at him with a straight face, not moving a muscle. He had spent three decades in the military, and had been shaped equally by its rigorous discipline and his religious upbringing. ” he said, turning to his wife, then added: “Saeed, this is your nature. You should have told us earlier.” Saeed burst into tears, relieved.“I always knew you were different from my other children. His mother took his hands and nodded, “What can we do to help?We're not just talking illicit sexting with a guy we've just met on Tinder, but, like, entirely harmless conversations with people who happen to be blokes – tweeting silly puns to randoms, emailing someone for a restaurant booking, posting inappropriate links onto friends' Facebook walls.Imagine, then, being banned from talking to all of these men. The Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has just issued a fatwa banning unrelated men and women chatting online.