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Women being the property and honor (namous) of their husbands, veiling and their exclusion from public domain were sought to be the solution.

The first intellectuals of this period were patriotic, reform oriented and amongst major national issues demanded emancipation, monogamy, education, equal rights and opportunities for women.

As progressive as they were they remained traditionalist with respect to family and male/female relationships.

Such practices created a masculine culture and men developed modes of false strength based on acceptance of the superiority of their gender.

Females on the other hand became isolated, insecure, and forced to accept their inferior position as part of the natural order.

Naser Khosro (11th century) and Ibn Batuteh (14th century) in their travelling accounts describe restrictions imposed on women and violent punishments expecting them.

Naser Khosro mentions that in the city of Tabas, the local governor would execute any unrelated male and female caught talking to each other.Before then, religion and tradition governed all such relationships and there was no question of males and females openly dating or socializing with such intentions.Veiling kept women at home and they became totally inaccessible to other males.Segregation was imposed by using extreme force and by creating codes of behavior and ethical values that stressed the virtuosity of obedience, loyalty, veiling and segregation.Women were required to be passive, shy, virtuous and agreeable to their husband's every vim and vigor.The number of prostitutes at the time was so high that the government officials attempted to regulate the trade by registering and taxing the prostitutes.