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Ms Alinejad, who left Iran to pursue her studies in the UK in 2009, told the page began when she posted a photograph of herself driving down a road in the country without wearing a headscarf.
The image was captioned with: “Hijab is being forced on women not only by the Morality Police, but also out of consideration for family, through wanting to keep a job and because of fear of judgment from others.""I wrote that I had experienced all of these pressures too," she explained.
The site is dedicated to Iranian women inside the country "who want to share their 'stealthily' taken photos without the veil".
Ms Alinejad said: "It is a basic right for any person to have freedom of choice.
Scientists at several universities told me they now have evidence, to the likely delight of far-flung grandparents everywhere, that infants can also tell the difference between, say, a broadcast of and a video call with their actual grandfather."I was sure that most Iranian women who don’t believe in the forced hijab have enjoyed freedom in secret, [so] I asked them if they wished to share this moment of stealth freedom."The response she received shortly after starting the page was "staggering", something she feels "delighted" at, but not surprised by.In the photos, which Ms Alinejad publishes without including full names, women in different outdoor environments can be seen after removing their hijabs alongside a few words describing the lack of freedom embodied in having to wear a hijab, or what it means to briefly remove it in public.As long as you leave the Chat screen open, the messages remain visible.Unlike the time sensitive picture and video snaps, Chat relies on a user's active presence.