The Hidden History of Tehran’s Red-Light District

The Hidden History of Tehran’s Red-Light District

After a revolutionary mob torched Shahrinaw in 1979, the Iranian authorities erased all traces of the neighbourhood that had served as Tehran’s red-light district since the turn of the century. Simply retelling its story represents an important intervention in the ever-present struggle to claim public space for women.

Red Light District Under Control

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