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On the heels of his well-received Netflix premiere ('Immigrant'), The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has announced that Jobrani...

As a twenty-three-year-old man explained: “In Iran, all things related to sex had a door, a closed one. I love it.” Another young man said: “Have I ever had group sex?

Now we, this generation, are opening them one by one. Well, yes, with a few women at a time, but who hasn’t done that?

I kept explaining that it is a perfectly safe place, that I haven’t heard of anyone having a single issue there, that everyone I know just loved their visit in that country.

I came to Tehran with my family when I was a one year old and have since been a resident in the capital.

When I was telling my friends I’m going to Iran some 90% of them were seriously concerned about me and asked me to think over my chosen destination.

People keep confusing Iran and Iraq, thinking it’s a country torn by war and now under the ISIS rule.

During repeated visits, Mahdavi found that despite the strict moral policies of the Islamic Republic, young Iranians were listening to music, dancing, drinking alcohol, and socializing in new ways. She attended parties where famous DJs played techno music, Absolut vodka and Tanqueray gin were served, and female guests mingled with “western guys.” Although house parties were common among the middle and upper-middle classes, lower-class youth threw parties in abandoned warehouses or at secluded outdoor locations, serving homemade liquor and playing music on “boom boxes” or car stereos. Like youth in other countries who lack private spaces to retreat to, some Iranian youth reported having sex at parties and in cars (which sometimes allowed them to escape the morality police) out of necessity. Shomal, in northern Iran, had a reputation as a popular destination for these sexual explorations.