"Over the past decade, the Internet has given Iranian women a relatively safe platform to exchange and challenge ideas and rally for women’s rights. The anonymity of the Internet has given space for discussion that wouldn’t have existed otherwise."
"Today with the explosion and ubiquity of the digital universe, the women’s movement in Iran has swelled and barriers are breaking. Discussions are taking place that never would have happened in the media before. Ironically, the digital space may be a device to quiet the people, rather then get them riled up to revolt. The Internet gives Iranians a place to safely vent. And yes, the Regime reads and sees everything."