Iranian women are highly sought after by them. No, it is not out of any righteous humanistic desires; rather, it is all about malevolence, domination and total subjugation.
For the past forty years, through draconian gender apartheid laws, the unreformable Islamist fascists ruling over Iran have tried to mold Iranian women into a perfect Islamist fascist concubine.
For the past forty years, through sheer tenacity and unbelievable bravery, Iranian women have pushed back, refusing to be anything but free spirited human beings.
The frontline of feminism is in Iran, time will come, it will, when Hollywood type feminists will be ashamed of their silence for not backing the coveted Persian women, worse, for justifying the despicable gender-apartheid as an "indigenous cultural behavior".
“A video of three Iranian women singing a famous feminist song on Tehran's subway on March 8 to mark International Women's Day is going viral on social media and highlighted ongoing challenges to veiling and other discriminatory laws.
The song, , was created about a decade ago by a group of female activists who campaigned against discriminatory laws and came under state pressure for their efforts. I'm A Woman
The song calls on women to join efforts, fight injustice, and create "another world" of "equality."
Airtight sanctions, a la against the despicable South Africa apartheid, works. U.S. lawmakers get to it.
Picture above; an iconic Iranian girl just a few months ago in Iran.