Iran sex chatroom
A taxi rapidly arrivedthere was a person sitting in the front next to the driver, and another in back.This started four days ago, cropping up all over Twitter in that mushroomy fashion, as if it had rained.As several people have observed, there is no legal ban on men and women conversing face-to-face in Iran; long-distance chats seem comparatively antiseptic.Fariba, 31, is a newly divorced attorney living in Tehran who, in a phone conversation, tells Al-Monitor she blames her divorce on online dating.Fariba found her ex-husband in an Iranian chat room and met up with him after four chatting sessions.He is a Sharif University graduate, brilliant and good-looking.The sailors had been detained aboard two US Navy patrol boats in the Gulf on Tuesday.
By DOUG IRELAND As the Islamic Republic of Irans lethal anti-gay pogromthe governments intense persecutions of its own citizens for homosexualitycontinues, the victims of this oppression, despite great obstacles, continue to try to flee from the largest religious prison in the world to tell the story of the inhuman treatment they have suffered.The latest escapee to testify to this anti-gay reign of terror is a 28-year-old man caught up in the governments extensive Internet entrapment campaign targeting gay men.Well call him Sam, and we cannot identify his hometown to protect his real identity.You can compare this to Roman Catholicism, which similarly has survived for centuries owing to its intense pastoral involvement in its believers’ lives, and the authoritarian structure underpinning that engagement. Almost any major cleric has a website with a Q & A section, a running Dear Abby column advising the faithful on the do-and-don’t minutiae of their daily lives. Ayatollah Khameini has two websites: one in his capacity as Supreme Leader ( and another (farsi.khamenei.ir), which I hesitate to call “personal” — it carries no suggestion of a private life — centering rather more on his religious and cultural activities; it might resemble a campaign website, if the man ever had to run for anything.Each contains its own section of I spent two nights online with an Iranian friend, going over these websites in some detail, concentrating on the main, Farsi pages but with some attention to the English sections as well.