Hi all, I went to Iran a few days ago and I'm already making lots of friends. I love Iranians. I got invited to a party in north Tehran and met a lot of open minded Iranians there including women. They want to meet again and show me around Tehran and beyond and I love that idea. But I told this to another Iranian male friend that I made and he's paranoid that if the police sees me walking with and talking to Iranian women on the street, they will punish me and as he put it "make an example of me" as a foreigner. I'm from western Europe, it's super obvious that I'm not an Iranian or a Muslim. I did notice this attitude in some other Muslim majority countries where I'm not even allowed to sit next to a woman in public transport. But Iran is not as strict as that. So I'm curious what people here recommend. Or could I get serious problems even if breaking no laws?
Most of the foreign visitors of Iran are struck by another feature of the Iranians - the amazing dignity and good manners of the locals. Of course, these qualities affect appearance, giving people the charm of confidence. It is not customary to impose services here, but local residents will always kindly help a bewildered tourist. Most Iranian women are quite educated and erudite, they travel a lot. And not only in their own country, where there are not very many places for a pleasant stay. Representatives of the middle class visit at least once a year other countries, keenly interested in art and cultural attractions.
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I plan to visit a female Iranian friend in Iran. We intend to spend about two weeks together and travel to various places in Iran, but we haven't made a up a complete itinerary yet. For convenience and also budget reasons, she suggested that we stay together in apartments when we are visiting places where she doesn't know anyone we could stay at. That would mean that it's possible we'd end up sleeping in the same bed in case there aren't separate beds. She always tells me that we won't face any problems and everything will be fine. I believe and trust her, but there are moments I get sceptical, like right now for example xD. I'm just a bit worried by the harsh Iranian laws that could potentially be applied for offences like sleeping in the same bed, in case some police officer or whoever gets a bit too imaginative. Do you also think it won't be a problem travelling and sleeping together in the same apartment room? Won't we raise a lot of attention and get asked questions frequently? As far as I could find out, it's not really encouraged for Iranian women to spend that much time together with non-muslim foreigners.
I expected to find this sisterhood of wives that would comfort, uplift, and laugh with one another. He actually wanted them to be active in a religion and thought this was a good idea. Take what you read with a grain of salt. Those were difficult both in terms of terminology and in understanding what was going on medically. I'm not marrying to be a single, working mom with money. I am one to really like my space and opportunity to do my own thing and little projects.