Iranian ‘Women’s’ Soccer Team Cleared for Play, But Are They Really Women?

Persian women are world renown for their grace and beauty. But that’s just a guy way of saying
that the proportional number of hot to not among the women of Iran is definitely leaning towards the hot category.

With that aside, Breitbart.com is reporting that the ayatollah-led government of the Islamic Republic of Iran has taken a giant leap forward into the 1920s by allowing *GASP!* women to play an officially sanctioned European Professional Kick-Ball match (aka: Soccer).

But rest assured, this will not be a sausage-fest in any way, shape or form. According to Breitbart, men are banned for any and all of the contests.

Absolutely not a member of the Iranian women’s soccer team.

As cited by Breitbart;

Iran’s largest stadium has been given the go-ahead to host the women’s national football team in a match for the first time since the Islamic revolution, however men will be strictly barred from attendance.

Women were forbidden from attending matches after the 1979 Islamic revolution. Hardline clerics argued at the time women must not be allowed to view semi-clad men in athletic endeavours for fear of corrupting their souls.

They also worried women might accidently touch men as crowds entered or left stadiums, potentially causing lascivious thoughts in both parties.

Still not a member of the 2018 Iranian women’s soccer team.

Interestingly enough, on September 30 of 2015, The Telegraph of London reported that eight of the 11 members of the Iranian national women’s team are actually men;

Eight of Iran’s women’s football team are actually men awaiting sex change operations, it has been claimed.

The country’s football association was accused of being “unethical” for knowingly fielding eight men in its women’s team.

Mojtabi Sharifi, an official close to the Iranian league, told an Iranian news website: “[Eight players] have been playing with Iran’s female team without completing sex change operations.”

Now that the Tehran government is authorizing the national women’s team to compete, the timeline starts to get interesting.

As previously cited by the British press, it was late in 2015 when the news broke that most of the team had and still does have an XY chromosome.

According to HealthNet.com, it takes a full three-years for a sex-change to be completed from beginning to end.

Seriously, not a member of the 2018 Iranian women’s soccer team.