I hope to go in Iran this summer. Is the place were my parents were born, I love that country and its history.
Unfortunately, there is a regime, so I can't dress as I want like I do in Italy. Of course, you don't have to wear a burqa as some ignorants think, just a foulard on your hair and a trench or dust coat.
But when in home, young iranians wear whatever they want, have parties and act just like us occidental guys. But having fun like we do is illegal for them.
They're fighting for freedom, EVERY type of freedom.
I dedicate this to Neda and all of those people, Iranian or not, who died for their rights.