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The topic had been taboo since the days of the Soviet Union, and everyone was sceptical about whether her business would survive. It has proved so popular that it is moving to bigger premises and has opened a branch in neighbouring Kazakhstan.
In Kyrgyzstan, talking about sexuality is still discouraged and many young people are confused about sex. This was interpreted the wrong way. With foreign donor support the centre, called Sezim, has helped more than 3, women a year since A lack of awareness about sex contributes to the abuse, Ryskulova says. Kenjebek kyzy says many of her students are girls from religious families who attend classes because they are afraid their husbands will take second wives.
Polygamy, though illegal, is increasingly common in Kyrgyzstan. The courses, says Kenjebek kyzy, help women learn to enjoy and respect themselves. The school also caters for men. In a culture with rigidly defined roles, men can also face extra pressure, says Kenjebek kyzy. With a growing client base, finding enough qualified staff is tough. When she returned home, she started passing her knowledge around among friends.
The circle of people seeking her advice grew wider and she eventually founded Jade Gift in Experimenting In Kyrgyzstan, talking about sexuality is still discouraged and many young people are confused about sex. Topics Kyrgyzstan New East network. Order by newest oldest recommendations. Show 25 25 50 All.
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