Iranian women challenge the imposed governmental symbols and promote a different image of the Muslim woman.
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Flight from the Imposed Cocoon

In Iran, the state heavily promotes a conservative model of womanhood, prioritizing the image of women as veiled, submissive, and confined to domestic roles. This traditional portrayal is often enforced through laws and social norms that restrict women's freedom to choose their attire and limit their participation in public and political life. The enforcement of strict dress codes, underpinned by the morality police, exemplifies the broader societal expectation for women to conform to a specific religious and cultural ideal. This system not only stifles women's personal freedom but also their professional and social opportunities, cementing a patriarchal structure that marginalizes those who resist or defy these norms.

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