(Atlantic) Dating to Save Your Tiny Religion From Extinction

Anna Irani, 29, greets a friend at a Nowruz event hosted by the Zoroastrian Association of Metropolitan Washington at Kamran Dar-e Mehr in March of 2016. Emily Jan/Atlantic

Anna Irani, 29, greets a friend at a Nowruz event hosted by the Zoroastrian Association of Metropolitan Washington at Kamran Dar-e Mehr in March of 2016. Photo by Emily Jan for the Atlantic


My article “Dating to Save Your Tiny Religion From Extinction” (subhead: “Finding love within the Zoroastrian community can be complicated, especially because interfaith couples aren’t always accepted”) appears in the Atlantic.

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