If a man and a woman go out and they are not officially related, which means they are not family members, nor husband and wife, the police can ask them to clarify their relationship,” explains Sadeq, a 27-year-old Mashadi. The police are mostly checking younger guys,” continues Sadeq.“You know, Mashad is a religious city, so it happens more often here than in other Iranian cities.” One day in Tehran, in a big park close to the Tabiat Bridge, a van full of policemen stopped by a couple that was sitting in the park.At the same time, they find their little innocent ways out.
However, I suppose young Iranians must have found their way how to live with this phenomenon.
Refounded in 2005, the team reached second place at the 2005 West Asian Football Federation Women's Championship in Amman, Jordan held in September and October 2005.
In May 2006, the women's team hosted their first foreign visitors when a club from Berlin, Germany called BSV Al-Dersimspor played out a 2–2 draw in Ararat Stadium, Tehran.
Later, as dating goes on, also to the mountains, national parks or beaches”, acknowledged all my Iranian friends. “There are many opportunities from universities to workplaces, through families, friends, parties and social media – mostly Instagram.
Dating apps are filtered in Iran, so those are not really easy to reach,” says Tahereh, a 26-year-old Tehrani girl currently studying in Luxemburg. It seems like there is absolutely no difference compared to the Western world. “When boys and girls go out, they often experience some kind of fear.