Also, it's healthy and hygienic and everything is clear before the encounter. This opportunity is mostly presented to young candidates of marriage as a means to enter a period of courtship prior to getting married.The other way sigheh is known to be concretized--and heavily criticized--is when religious married men desire a mistress, or enter sexual relations with a woman outside of marriage.In a recent interview with an Iranian website, Ebrahim Fayyaz, a conservative lecturer at the University of Tehran, expressed his concerns over the possibility of a "sexual revolution." Fayyaz is among those pro-administration scholars who strongly believe that given what they call a "sexual crisis," the continuation of the status quo in Iran's society may lead to a sexual revolution.Some believe that the freedom of online activity of men searching for women for sexual encounters is granted by the government in order to restrict women and put them at the service of men, and is somehow related to preventative measures taken toward this so-called imminent sexual revolution.Time needs to lapse so that it could be clear if she is with child and to clarify whose child she is carrying.
In this instance, the difference is in the length of the marriage.
Moreover, it is stressed that men should come to the rendez-vous clean and bathed, wearing cologne.
Also, men with bad breath would not be served at all.
These sexual encounters come with other specifics: they should end within 50 minutes to free up the last ten minutes for dressing and goodbyes, men are not to text or call women unless it is for the logistics of the upcoming meet-up, and if they do so, they may be prosecuted for procurement.
Also included in most cases is that young women may choose not to remove their underpants.