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In Iran, women are typically viewed as property of their fathers or husbands. They may not lawfully own or have a voice in any economic or political decision-making authority. They are not allowed to travel without the permission of their husband or father, and they must veil their faces in public.

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In Iran, women are expected to adhere to a strict set of social rules and regulations, which can include dress codes, education, employment, and travel restrictions. Women are expected to be modest, respectful, and to obey their fathers, husbands, and other male relatives. Women are also expected to remain separate from men in public places, such as public transport and social events. In terms of social interaction, it is polite and respectful to address women when speaking to them, and to maintain a certain degree of physical and social distance. Iranian women typically avoid physical contact such as handshaking, kissing, or hugging.

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Feb. 8, 2023, 4:35 a.m.

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Published: Wednesday, February 8, 2023