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Prominent Iranian women who played a vital part in the revolution include Bibi Khatoon Astarabadi, Noor-ol-Hoda Mangeneh, Mohtaram Eskandari, Sediqeh Dowlatabadi, and Qamar ol-Molouk Vaziri.

Another way the chador helped in Iranian society was it enabled women to be a unified force.

Similar to many societies, women were separated into different social classes and by the use of the chador many would feel equality amongst all classes of women fighting for the same cause.

Many upper-class homes in Iran have a reception room where na-mahram guests are received and entertained.

This room is usually very well decorated and women typically do not go in this room but stay in the rest of the house while a guest is over.

Iranian women played a significant role in the Persian Constitutional Revolution of 1905–11.

They participated in large numbers in public affairs and held important positions in journalism and in schools and associations that flourished from 1911 to 1924.Reza Shah also began his controversial policy of Kashf-e-Hijab, which banned the wearing of the Islamic hijab in public.But like other sectors of society in the years under Reza Shah's rule, women lost the right to express themselves, and dissent was repressed.Because the first Pahlavi Shah banned the use of the hijab, many women decided to show their favor for Ayatollah Khomeini, by wearing a chador, thinking that this would be the best way to show their support without having to be vocal.Many women that did not previously choose to wear the chador (before the banning of the hijab) only wore this highly modest garb to show their high levels of support for the Ayatollah and aversion to the Shah.A woman that does not have a reception room in her house would have to rush to get properly dressed before her husband would answer the door.

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