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The People’s Heroes of Romantic Liberty.

by Brian Griffith. As my wife’s Iranian culture is commonly reputed to be dour and puritanically moralistic, I was glad to learn that this country has long provided perhaps the world’s most enthusiastic audience for fine erotic poetry. And although … Continue reading

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What’s to Admire About Iranian Women?

by Brian Griffith. It probably sounds condescending to say that Iranian women are often powerful—intellectually, artistically, morally, sexually, financially or spiritually. Such a statement suggests surprise, and of course it should be no surprise. It has been normal for rulers … Continue reading

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