CHAPTER TWO Splendid Deception There is perhaps some peculiar suppleness, some inherent flexibility in the Iranian character which has enabled it to withstand shocks which would have sent more rigid people reeling or would have broken their national spirit.ROGER STEVENS, THE LAND OF THE GREAT SOPHY These Persians are very strange people; they are ever on the watch to discover each other's intrigues, falsehoods, and finesses.
At the turn of the 20th century, many educated Persian women were attracted to journalism and writing.One usually turns immediately to family for assistance and may tell their problems and issues only to their family members.Individuals then keep any information surrounding troubles within the family circle away from public knowledge.You have every right to date women of Italian descent, but in case you forgot, the OP was asking about Iranian men. Your hatefulness and ignorance, however, astounds me. well, I certianly didn't want this to turn into a bashing session of anyone-race, sex, or brain size. are 99% Muslum." (quote from sagman4u)Where do you get your information? Now many who identify as Iranian are Muslim, perhaps... Your attitude on this thread Sad Man4U is very unbecoming. Leave the people that actually know how to appreciate-support, and love someone else regardless of color,weight, height, or social status-financial status alone.If someone called Italian women the things you called Iranian men, I suspect you would not be happy about it. Are you sure you are for real, and not a character out of a bad movie? my major concern was the cultural 'norms' for a persian man-i think we can all agree that those who were born & raised in iran may have a negative (to us) view of women & sexuality. :)it is not about ethnic origins, its cultural, muslim (some.... Zoroastrianism, Mithraism, Manichaeism, Mazdakism, Yazdanism, Bábí Faith and Jewish are religions that have been active in the area known as Persia... My opinions come from seeing first hand how Pakistians, Arabic MEN treat their women.LADY SHEIL, WIFE OF SIR JUSTIN SHEIL, THE BRITISH AMBASSADOR TO IRAN, IN 1856 Whenever I think I understand Iran, it throws me a curve. It is the day that is most universally celebrated throughout the country, the beginning of thirteen days of joy surrounding the spring equinox.