A new form of engaging in sexual relationships has sprung upon Iran's virtual scene as of late, and is being widely criticized. It's legal, unlike dating websites and most chat rooms. I want to get to show off my body as much as the next woman does. In a 50-minute session, it's not only the man who is sexually satisfied.There are also Facebook pages dedicated to women who openly announce their readiness to become concubines, some of whom refer interested men to procurers. I don't know about others, but after the sexual encounter, I am satisfied just like my sex partner is. And I also get paid, so for me, it's fair; a win-win situation for both parties involved.I think Fayyaz and his peers would appreciate less social participation for women, which is not at all distant from the target of the administration.
Time needs to lapse so that it could be clear if she is with child and to clarify whose child she is carrying.
Most online facilitators of sexual encounters include a clause in the conditions, and that is: unless the woman is post-menopausal, there will be no penetration allowed in the sexual encounter.
Now, in the virtual personal ads, mahriyyeh is code for the price of the sexual encounter itself, or the fee the female candidate charges.
Seyyed Mohammad-Ali Abtahi, former vice president of Iran (under Mohammad Khatami), believes this is a good way for sexual activities to be performed, because women are protected and men are assured of their sexual partner's health.
In a phone interview, I asked Abtahi, who resides in Tehran, about this, to which he answered: In this city and many others throughout Iran, most young people date and have sex with their boyfriend or girlfriend, which is not in accordance with Islam and the country's law.