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To be a feminist, not to be a feminist


In post-Khomeini Iran, Noushin Armadi Khorassani combines a literary career with social action. On behalf of women,naturally, but also on behalf children. She takes an interesting stance on feminism in Iran, which she holds partly to blame for the political indifference of many women intellectuals who are more interested in their own careers than in serving the public interest.

In post-Khomeini Iran, Noushin Armadi Khorassani combines a literary career with social action. On behalf of women,naturally, but also on behalf children. She takes an interesting stance on feminism in Iran, which she holds partly to blame for the political indifference of many women intellectuals who are more interested in their own careers than in serving the public interest.

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