The sex school breaking taboos in Kyrgyzstan


When Rakhat Kenjebek kyzy opened Kyrgystan’s
first sex school three years ago, she wasn’t sure
how it would be received. The topic had been
taboo since the days of the Soviet Union, and everyone
was sceptical about whether her business would survive.
But these days the Jade Gift school, which offers courses
on sexual fantasy and “playing the flute” – a metaphor
for oral sex, has more than 150 students between the
ages of 18 and 66. It has proved so popular that it is
moving to bigger premises and has opened a branch in
neighbouring Kazakhstan.
“I never expected this to become a full-time job,” said 31-
year-old Kenjebek kyzy.


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