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At 1am on Sunday morning The Times of Israel reported that despite only following some 90 profiles, Mr Netanyahu now subscribed to the tweets of @Persian Hot Book, which describes itself as “the first library of hot sex books [in the] Persian language”.
Seven hours later Mr Netanyahu seemed to have changed his mind about how much he was interested in the sex education of the Iranian people, and unfollowed the feed.
Although homosexual relationships are illegal (punishable by death) in Iran, sex reassignment operations are permitted.
In 1983, spiritual leader Ayatollah Khomeini passed a fatwa allowing sex-change operations as a cure for “diagnosed transsexuals”.
Be Like Others shows the experiences of male and female patients at Dr.
Bahram Mir-Jalali’s Mirdamad Surgical Centre, a sex-reassignment clinic in Tehran.
Be Like Others (also known as Transsexual in Iran) is a 2008 documentary film written and directed by Tanaz Eshaghian about transsexuals in Iran.
It explores issues of gender and sexuality while following the personal stories of some of the patients at a Tehran clinic.
At least four journalists were arrested, while several intellectuals, artists, and human rights activists were sentenced to lengthy prison terms.After the Israeli leader said in an interview on BBC Persian TV that people in Iran won’t be free until they are allowed to wear jeans, thousands posted pictures of themselves wearing them, and others posed in Iranian shops with wall-to-wall denim.Since the incident yesterday, Mr Netanyahu now seems to have had a bit of a twitter cull – he’s down to following just 81 feeds. Probably not, but that hasn’t stopped a book publisher in Iran from creating a book, titled , that features the Radiohead frontman’s face within its pages at one point. Then again, he’s never been married—maybe Iran knows something about Thom Yorke we don’t.A Twitter user actually took a picture of the book three years ago, but it’s just now gaining more traction, Buzzfeed reports. Could they, too, be victims of one company’s willingness to toss peoples’ faces into a book on couple problems just because, I dunno, they look like the type that might be having said problems?