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Women's rights in Iran - Wikipedia
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Women's rights in Iran
During the late 20th and early 21st centuries in Iran , women's rights have been severely restricted compared with those in most developed nations. In Iran, women's rights have changed according to the form of government ruling the country and attitudes towards women's rights to freedom and self-determination have changed frequently. The rights and legal status of Iranian women have changed since the early 20th century, especially during the past three systems of government.
Despite admittedly terrible rappers like Barbie, there are a few great standouts from both sides of the pond that are worth highlighting. Even while integrating humor and the spectacle of a cross-generational, pre-dinner Persian dance party, the lyrics and images deal with the complexity of diaspora reality. One of the aspects of the video that struck me was how located in Los Angeles geography it is- while she recalls Iranian landscapes and heaps praise on Persian cuisine Fesenjoon is a pomegranate walnut stew , the video takes place at Eilat an Iranian grocery store in Pico-Robertson , a mixed Iranian, Israeli and American Jewish neighborhood of the San Fernando Valley and has lots of LA street scenes. This exploration of geography and the fact of being diasporic that this entails for an LA Iranian is addressed further in LA River, a more explicit exploration of her relationship to the city.