Last month, the captain of the Iranian women's football team, Niloofar Ardalan, was banned from traveling to the Asian Football Federation Women's Futsal Championship because her husband refused to let her leave the country.
Iranian marriage contracts allow husbands to determine aspects of their wives' lives, such as whether they can travel abroad, where they work, and where they live.
In response to this, women's rights page My Stealthy Freedom posted a message challenging men to publicly return their wives' right to travel freely.
Creator of the page Masih Alinejad has been curating photos sent to her and others posted with the hashtag #ItsMensTurn.
Some men have even used the campaign to openly restore all other rights to their wives.
Speaking to BBC Breaking, Alinejad said there are a lot of Iranian men who are not against women's rights but simply don't realize they can amend their marriage contracts.
There are "a lot of open-minded Iranian men who support women's rights," she said.
"They need to be aware of what they're signing," she said. "And that they can ask for their rights to be returned."
Rachael Krishna is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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