From @BurnTheCage, translated by IEC:
Narges Mohammadi, a human rights activist who is serving her sentence in Gharchak Varamin prison, wrote an open letter upholding the women's activities for the freedom of clothing and their opposition to the mandatory hijab she wrote: "Chief of the Judiciary has called women's efforts against the mandatory hijab, having the right to choose what to wear, an attempt to promote indecency, but they should know that the struggle of proud women in Iranian society is a righteous effort and a courageous struggle for their rights , not indecency."
In a part in her letter she discussed the restrictions created in Qarchak prison in Varamin just for women, just because they are women she stated that: "I have been imprisoned in a nowhere land called Qarchak penitentiary. In this prison, cucumbers, bananas and carrots are among the prohibited items because we are women and the shapes of these fruits are supposedly stimulating. Qarchak prison is a reflection of the institution of the government, which deprives women of even eating fruit because they are just women."