A typical night out for the urban middle class by Tehran's Milad Tower.
Additionally comments that are long, have multiple paragraph breaks, include code, or include hyperlinks may not be posted.You are at the mercy of the society without legal protection." The feeling of being under constant surveillance, both by other Iranians and the state, takes its toll. | (/JANUS ENGEL RASMUSSEN) Not even the Internet is safe.While dating apps like Grindr, Scruff and Hornet aren't censored like Facebook and Twitter, most people still assume the country's intelligence services closely monitor them.His mother, sitting speechless in a chair next to her husband, went pale.A retired colonel in the Iranian Air Force, Saeed's father looked at him with a straight face, not moving a muscle. He had spent three decades in the military, and had been shaped equally by its rigorous discipline and his religious upbringing. " he said, turning to his wife, then added: "Saeed, this is your nature. You should have told us earlier." Saeed burst into tears, relieved.