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Iranian 'Tinder' Seeks to Encourage Marriage But Not Dating

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The debate includes state institutions and religious circles, who feel anxious about the change in gender relations among Iranians, but also academics who elaborate on the causes and consequences of the phenomenon. An important aspect of this controversy concerns legal issues, since according to Shiite law any intimate relationship of an unmarried couple is considered illegal. This article analyses this key aspect of the ongoing dispute and attempts to elaborate on the question of how the gap between people's expectations and desires and the legal capacity of Islamic rulings is addressed in contemporary Iran. In recent years in Iran some forms of gender relations typical for a traditional society have undergone significant transformation. However, an encounter with broadly understood modernity, which by many scholars has been identified as the main reason behind these changes, also brings a need to confront religious concepts that have been influencing the perception of gender relations for years. This challenge seems to be particularly difficult because in contemporary Iran, gender relations are still not only shaped by the religious doctrine and its notions, but also subject to legal regulations developed under Shiite law.
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The Legal Debate on the Phenomenon of ‘White Marriages’ in Contemporary Iran

Then in her late 20s and rebounding from a string of broken relationships, Fahimeh Azadi moved alone into an apartment in working-class southern Tehran. Still, Azadi had to balance independence with caution. She ascended the staircase only when it was clear of neighbors and admonished visiting friends to walk on tiptoes to avoid attracting attention. And I managed to live there for two years without anyone harassing me. Their numbers are increasing as divorce becomes more common and more women attend universities, exposing them to careers and incomes independent of men who, by law and custom, are supposed to be their guardians.
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The following information was provided during a telephone interview on 24 November with a professor at the Department of Applied Social Sciences at Concordia University who is a specialist of women in Iran, and who recently published an article on women in Iran in Fireweed , a feminist academic journal published at the University of York in Toronto. According to the professor, the law states that regardless of her citizenship or religious affiliation, a woman who marries an Iranian man automatically becomes a citizen of Iran and a Muslim. For the Iranian authorities, the act of marrying a Muslim man means that the woman subscribes to the rules of Shari'a and Islam, even if she is not Muslim. According to the socio-economic and educational status of the husband's family, the woman might have difficulties being accepted by them.
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