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The site claimed to have the permission of Iran’s health ministry to sell the merchandise, but according to deputy minister Ebrahim Motavelian, “The dignity and values of our society do not permit the distribution of such items in the country.”Of all the websites blocked inside the Islamic Republic of Iran — and there are many — that this e-commerce site stayed online as long as it did, remains the biggest mystery.The URL ( seemed benign enough, but when visitors connected to the site they were met with an online sex toy shop that promised quick and discreet home delivery.He continued, “LGBT human rights advocates continue to strive for social recognition, legal equality, and physical protection within Iran.We believe these publications will help with ongoing efforts of the Iranian LGBT community and their allies by providing educational resources that can benefit from them as well as the society at-large.” The five manuals, available online, discuss challenges and frequently asked questions regarding sexual orientation, gender identity, and the human rights situation for LGBT people within the social and legal climate in Iran.برای دیدن این مقاله به زبان فارسی ، لطفا به اینجا مراجعه کنید (30 April 2014—New York) The International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission (Out Right) is pleased to announce the launch of its new series of Persian publications and a mobile-friendly website on Iranian lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) issues.
This is respectively followed by online dating websites and applications (26%) and messaging applications such as Telegram, Whats App and Viber (25%).
They are intended to support the work of the LGBT community, activists, and individuals in Iran.
To make these new resources available to a wide audience both in and outside of Iran, Out Right has developed a mobile-optimized website in Persian.
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The first section posed general questions in order to identify users’ understanding of online sexual harassment while the second contained tailored questions for those with any first hand experience.
Over the course of two weeks, 722 individual responses were received, 623 of which were submitted and registered as complete.