For my non-Farsi speaking readers, this map displays a 'male' province and a 'female' province. These two provinces are separated by barbed wire, 20-meter trench and the Great Wall of China with ground-to-air missiles.
While not a "cartographically accurate" map of the divisions within Iran, it does symbolically highlight the enormous gulf between men and women. Men and women are not in separate provinces, but what might the symbolic spatial gender division on this map represent for Iranian society?
Via Seth Dixon