I-ran into some problems: The real life of an Iranian-American by Neda Tavassoli
Ignite Phoenix #8
I-ran into some problems: The real life of an Iranian-American
Questions I get asked about having a family from Iran: Do you really have camels? Are you afraid of getting stoned (not of the drug kind)? Do you wear a burka? In the age where Iranians have become such a mystery to the point where they are feared, I want to challenge myths and show what life is really like being from the "Axis of Evil."
I am a daughter, a wife, a self-described goofball, a lifetime student looking for something substantial. My world is one long-running musical complete with camels and a sexually-charged grandmother. Oh, and I do PR.