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Supporters cite the need to uphold Georgian traditions.
Critics -- who often resort to social networking or dating websites to try to hook up with “Natashas” from the North --reject the “institute” as a legacy of a pre-modern mindset.
This figure pales compared to rates in the United States or the United Kingdom, but the curve is sloping upward.
In Western societies, Javakhishvili noted, people tend to go through several relationships before they settle down.
“Often these marriages have to do with sex, more than anything else.” At the same time, heavy social and family pressure can also play a role.
Marriage is widely seen as the sine qua non of Georgian life – a condition that establishes a person’s status as a full-fledged member of society.
The belief is rooted both in Georgia’s conservative culture and the Georgian Orthodox faith, which does not discriminate between men and women on the topic.