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Colby Phillips' writing interests include culture and politics.Phillips received a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Oregon and a Master of Arts in philosophy from Boston College.Images of Iran, the historic center of Persian culture, evoke a fascinating blend of tradition and independence, the civilizing influence of the past and the sophistication of the modern era.If you are a newcomer to the Persian dating scene, you can feel more at home in this culture by learning some basic rules of Persian social behavior. Whoever you're dating no doubt speaks excellent English, but if you're going to venture out of your comfort zone–to pay a visit to Iran or to your partner's parents or grandparents in their home–you will want to know a few traditional phrases, such as “Salam aleykom” ("Greetings"), “Motashakkertam” ("Thank you") and “Khahesh mikonam” ("You're welcome").“So, what about you, Samin, do your parents know about your relationship with Mohammad? It seems like locals accept the rules and live with them.At the same time, they find their little innocent ways out.Dating apps are filtered in Iran, so those are not really easy to reach,” says Tahereh, a 26-year-old Tehrani girl currently studying in Luxemburg. It seems like there is absolutely no difference compared to the Western world. “When boys and girls go out, they often experience some kind of fear.
Young people are usually so witty and courageous in overcoming any obstacles in love. How Iranians fall in love, get married, how they live their love lives in.
“You know, Mashad is a religious city, so it happens more often here than in other Iranian cities.” One day in Tehran, in a big park close to the Tabiat Bridge, a van full of policemen stopped by a couple that was sitting in the park.
Morality police typically detain women seen without the proper hijab head-covering in public.
This is not the case in traditional Persian homes, in which host and guest often engage in an elaborate dance of insistence and refusal known as tarof.
The purpose of tarof is to allow the host to demonstrate excessive generosity while the guest counters with excessive humility.
Women failing to wear a headscarf will no longer be automatically arrested nor will judicial cases be filed against them. Read more here: Surely, not every date ends in a police van. I approached them, because they seemed so lovely and cute and I had lots of questions in my head. It must be quite difficult for you to date with all these restrictions,” I said to them. There are no restrictions,” says the guy cheerfully.