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Do you have to wear a headscarf as a Western woman in Iran? ” It’s just one single word and yet I have heard it so many times last May when travelling to Iran as a woman. When in Persia, it seems like everybody welcomes you to the country. I am not completely certain, if this is the famous Persian kindness or pure pleasure about the fact to spot a tourist that are rarely seen in a country of a very old high culture, but also a country that unfortunately is often mixed up with Taliban boot camps.I know that open-minded friendliness towards tourists is certainly very common in many tourist regions throughout South East Asia or in Turkey or South Italy, but the experience that I made in Iran has topped everything else.Even better, they invited us home for dinner and sometimes even payed our taxi bills.The people do not only want to get to know you as a person, but always want to tell you the history of their cities and villages – not wanting to receive anything back in return like money or buying stuff. One of the guys me and Clemens have met in Tehran, for example, even took over the relatively high costs of the admission to the famous Golestan Palace in Irans capital. But despite all the positive responses, I have always been vigilant as a woman in Iran, about what my presence as a halfway emancipated woman in this country (what ever that means nowadays…) could cause.With the filmmaker Marion Poizeau and help from the Iranian snowboarder Mona Seraji (whose own life story deserves a film) she’s made a movie about her experiences. If you’re in London this week get yourself to the London Surf Film Festival to watch it on the big screen.Good surf movies need action of course; the better ones even weave narrative into the mix. Our cam sex girls can see you live while you watch them perform! Fetish chat and BDSM mistresses for hot webcam sex shows and dirty phonesex. Call now for hot adult phone sex, and webcam sex chat with any of our cam sex superstars!
Ratcliffe said he wants the British government to publicly call for Zaghari-Ratcliffe's release, rebut the Iranian spy allegations against her and have the British ambassador in Tehran visit her in prison.
Her family says Iran's paramilitary Revolution Guard tried to get her to confess on camera she trained and recruited spies, something she refused.
She had traveled to Iran with her daughter to visit family there.
She still has not been allowed to know the exact charges for which she was convicted, Ratcliffe said.
"It is a not such a surprise that this final appeal failed.