The University of Kashan issued a directive on November 9, 2017, announcing ridiculous restrictions for the young women who wish to play music in the school’s monthly events.
The restrictions mentioned in the directive include being married, avoiding tight, short and short-sleeve jackets, refraining from making extra movements, and sitting in the margins and behind men.
The paragraph pointing out these restrictions for girls is as follows:
Female students who wish to play music along with men could do so if they are married, if they observe a suitable Hijab (i.e. they should not wear tight clothes, short clothes and short sleeves, should use headbands, the color of their clothes must be suitable and not bright) and if they do not do any extra movements other what is needed to play their instrument. As for the stage, they must sit in the margins, or behind other members of the groups.