Reza Dormishian, who was to travel to Goa to represent Darius Mehrjui's film 'A Minor', was barred from boarding his flight over what is believed to be his anti-regime …
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Headcovers Have Always Been Political in Iran – For Women on All Sides
Controversy of veils goes back more than a century, a scholar of Iran explains.
Arundhati Roy on Things that Can and Cannot Be Said: The Dismantling of the World as We Know It
Solidarity, speaking up for others is more important than ever. But that too has become a perilous activity, says the acclaimed writer.
Unrest Across Iran Continues Under State’s Extreme Gender Apartheid
Since the 1979 Islamic Revolution, women in Iran have been forced to accept second-class citizenship, as Shiite religious leaders control most aspects of women’s lives.
An Artist’s Tribute to the Iranian Women’s Revolution
The Wire's illustrator pays tribute to the bravery of women in Iran in the face of state repression.