Nothing is more telling about a society than its views of itself especially those of its youth who carry the burden of the nation’s immediate future.
During informal interviews with Iranian teenage girls in and around schoolyards, one can learn many things about the character, bravery, thoughts, and worldliness of these young ladies, including their current place in society as opposed to what they would like it to be.
An experienced psychologist could not explain it better than these students, who openly and clearly declare the obvious: when a society is overly-constrained, people are naturally drawn to what is forbidden. The Iranian society under its current laws is limited and suffocating. Girls especially feel helpless and imprisoned.