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Twenty-seven year old Candy Charms — known for her size 32LL breasts — meant well when she posted on Instagram about a recent trip to Tehran."Lack of freedom pushes people into living by double standards." "Tehran Taboo" turns on Pari, a hooker with a heart of gold who takes her mute son with her to work on the streets, a relatively common practice in Iranian cities, Soozandeh said.Forced into prostitution because her jailed drug addict husband won't give her a divorce, the judge who refuses to sign the papers makes her his mistress.I had my nose done.” The post sparked an immediate backlash from Iranian commenters, prompting Charms to delete the photo and an Iranian official to announce that the woman had applied for a visa through a travel agency under a different name and listed her occupation as “hair stylist.” The official, Hasan Qashqavi, warned travel companies to carefully examine the documents of individuals planning to travel to Iran because the country has “clerics and lawmakers who have cultural sensitivities and these sorts of events may cause problems later.” In Iran, the charge of spreading corruption via broadcast carries a possible death sentence. Addressing women in Iran, Sandberg said: “I want all of the amazing women on the My Stealthy Freedom Page to know how much we all support you, how much women around the world are cheering for you, how much we all want to live in a world where every single woman has civil rights, civil liberties, opportunities to live as she wants to live, and the sisterhood that we all of us have together around the world.” Women have shared photos and videos of themselves on Ms Alinejad’s page walking through busy places in Tehran and driving without wearing their hijab - both of which are illegal under Iranian law, which is strictly enforced by morality police.