One thing I have wanted to write about for a while in this column is the view of sex and dating in Turkey.
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We explore dating, engagement, love and marriage in Turkey and all its glorious variety. But in Turkey's more rural communities the old traditions still live on: arranged marriages, strange rituals like womens’ single status being “advertised” with an empty bottle on the roof of a house (a man would knock the bottle off in order to be assessed for marriage suitability - by the woman’s father, of course).
In general, even in larger, less conservative cities, dating is a serious enterprise, and there isn’t a lot of casual dating going on.
We no longer needed the approval of our dads and the days of being chaperoned while on a date were firmly rooted in the history books.
The ladette era of the 90’s prompted females to demand independence and if they wanted to have a one night stand and walk away in the morning, they were going to do it, whether their public reputation was tarnished or not.
Basically being a legal or traditional sort of contract, marriage is still an institution that makes a particular society recognize a couple’s union, be it legally, traditionally or sexually.
The reason why marriage has such a huge rate of acceptance in almost any culture is not set in stone.
While some cultures deem in unacceptable to get involved premarital sex or to live together, people may prefer to get married in some other cultures which simply does not have anything to say about the mentioned issues.
It is also an undeniable fact that the current or former religious doctrines influencing a society lead to the upbringing of generations with a positive attitude towards marriage.
Despite recent changes, Turkish dating culture remains conservative, especially outside of the larger cities.