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JA: Social media and the Internet have opened up many possibilities. students are heritage students and know one of the languages of the region. The experience is often an enormously important, and sometimes life-altering, one for our UCSB students and their choice of career after graduation.To give one example, as director of the Iranian Studies Initiative at UCSB I run a digital internship program for students who want to help immigrants in the United States and women’s rights advocates in the Middle East. Others enroll in our Persian or Arabic language classes before signing up for the internships. Peg Strobel, emerita professor of Gender and Women’s Studies at the University of Illinois at Chicago, serves on DSA’s National Political Committee, and co-chairs DSA’s Feminist Working Group.Islamists initially banned contraceptives, but when faced with a population explosion in the mid 1980s, they promoted birth control.But on issues that their male base is angry about, they have hardly given an inch in nearly 40 years: polygyny, women’s rights to divorce, community property, sexuality, and issues related to women’s empowerment, particularly middle- and upper-middle-class empowerment.Searching for love shouldn't just be about the number of people you meet.
This information is created in consultation with women’s organizations in places such as Iran, Afghanistan, or Egypt. Now register for this New Member Orientation call and find out more about our politics and our vision. And, most importantly, how you can become involved. The Islamists were initially good at advocating gender policies that helped the poor, education, vaccination, health care, clean water, and affirmative action in education for those who participated in the Iran-Iraq war.That’s why poor women supported a regime that has remained hostile toward the feminist agenda. JA: In the 1920s and 1930s, many middle- or upper-class women’s rights activists decided to support the shah’s autocratic modernist regime only because it gave women many opportunities, and the alternative included clerics who were opposed even to women’s education.If you divorce, in a culture where employment rates of women are very low, if your family of origin doesn’t take you back, you’re in a really dire situation. On the one hand, they want love-based marriages, but they still haven’t given up on traditional norms about women’s behavior. JA: In the Quran, male homosexuality is a punishable sin but female homosexuality is not mentioned.Punishment for male homosexuality was rarely carried out, say in the 19 century.