This is the second time in a week that Iranians have taken the opportunity to mock Mr Netanyahu on social media.After the Israeli leader said in an interview on BBC Persian TV that people in Iran won’t be free until they are allowed to wear jeans, thousands posted pictures of themselves wearing them, and others posed in Iranian shops with wall-to-wall denim.Something, in the ruling ayatollahs' view, must be done.An 82-page document recently issued by Iran's parliamentary research department is stark in its findings.Seven hours later Mr Netanyahu seemed to have changed his mind about how much he was interested in the sex education of the Iranian people, and unfollowed the feed.
Instead of seeking to cool the loins of the youngsters altogether, they should be allowed publicly to register their union by using sigheh, an ancient practice in Shia Islam that lets people marry temporarily.
In 2014, the country's football governing body introduced random checks after it was revealed that four national team players were either men who had not completed sex change operations, or were suffering from sexual development disorders.
In 2010, doubts were raised about the gender of the team's goalkeeper.
Not only are young adults sexually active, with 80% of unmarried females having boyfriends, but secondary-school pupils are, too.
Illicit unions are not just between girls and boys; 17% of the 142,000 students who were surveyed said that they were homosexual.