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In Iran, talking about sex is still a taboo and there is little to no sexual education in schools.
To help bridge the gap, an Iranian activist has launched Hamdam, the first Persian-language application that provides information about sexual health.
As might be expected, Iranians living in low-income areas have even less access to information.
According to our Observers, this lack of knowledge contributes to increased health risks, especially for women, and higher numbers of unwanted pregnancies.
This has pushed back the marriage age significantly but has not diminished the urges.
To get around societal boundaries that prohibit having a girlfriend or boyfriend, or being caught in public with someone of the opposite gender, the report suggests that young people utilize the Islamic Shia practice of a temporary marriage, or sigheh.
“The first group are those who are older than their husbands and treat their spouses like a mother would, which harms the authority of men.
The report underscores the vast difference between Iranian society and what the regime espouses.
In a youth-dominated population of more than 75 million, where two-thirds are under the age of 35, there is a pronounced affinity toward Western lifestyles, including fashion, music and sex.
Women who desire to be sexually active prior to getting married are often times faced with the dilemma of preserving their hymen or enjoying their sexuality, especially if they live in traditional circumstances.
There seems to be no question about some Iranian (and most observant Muslim) men’s overwhelming desire to be “the first one.” Some young single women who engage in pre-marital sex undergo hymen restoration surgery; a generally uncomplicated procedure usually done in an OB-GYN’s office, reconstructing the broken hymen.