Iran sex dating
It’s online dating as you’ve never seen it before – no profile photos, matches are chosen for you, and parents must also go on the first date, but is Iran’s government-controlled dating service fighting a losing battle against Western desires?
A psychologist delivers a stern warning about the dangers of Western romantic habits: “In emotional or romantic relationships in the US, 93 per cent ultimately lead to divorce.” “Loving at first look or sight is, I emphasise, very dangerous,” he tells me.
He’s 27 years old, earns good money and wants to meet a hottie.
Sex outside wedlock is illegal in Iran, but many young people are shunning the idea of getting married.
As a result, the regime is worried about a steady fall in Iran’s fertility rate, which has now settled at Western levels.
The regime frowns on Western ideas like dating and this website is part of its campaign to keep strict controls in place.
Nearly half of all Iranians from 18 to 35 are single and Tebyan’s official raison d'être is to help the country escape a ‘marriage crisis’.