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The action normally follows the words of some form of disbelief. Spitting for the Greek culture is a way of detracting any form of evil presence, taking the jinx off something and basically not tempting fate."Mum, my new job is going really well! " Mum to me: "You look so beautiful in that dress" Me: "Ftiseeeeee Maaaaaa! When we have instinct to spit, to 'protect' someone and we don't spit, it doesn't feel right. So careful we have the equivalent of fourteen eyes. In particular, my Gran's favourite move: the thigh slap. Meanwhile anonymous Miss Y points out “It’s very difficult to meet boys here, they’re reserved.

It’s a convoluted dynamic, which is very dysfunctional,” says psychologist Marianna Kofterou who specialises in marriage, relationships and family therapy. Even if they don’t like you, they’ll talk to you and won’t be rude,” says anonymous Mr X.

Many men, he says, are turning to the company of “German girls in Paphos, Russian girls in Limassol and English Cypriot girls in Larnaca” for dialogue and a confidence boost.

Once upon a time arranged coupling (broxenia) was the norm, where is it now?

“There’s quite a lot of anger about this situation from the men which creates a distancing phenomenon, and the woman have this protective front without realising that it’s keeping the men from approaching them. I’m happier to approach foreign women because they’re friendlier.

By Alexia Evripidou WITH VALENTINE’S Day fast approaching, many men and women in their 30s know from bitter personal experience that love and relationships are in trouble.

They complain of loneliness and their inability to find partners and each cite the opposite sex as the problem. Why are attractive, intelligent and willing 30 somethings struggling to find partners and turning to non Cypriots for solace?

”; and “Crime, Unlimited.” In 2013, the Walk Free Global Index of Slavery estimated that “2.54% or approximately three-quarters of a million people are enslaved in the Middle East and North Africa.” It also indicated that this region has the “highest level of discrimination against women … as well as forced prostitution and domestic workers.”[i] Popular television shows have taught viewers to look for the triangle of crime: motive, opportunity and means.

With estimates of billion to 0 billion in revenues generated, profit and greed are the motives for the transnational crime of human trafficking.

Home to world heritage sites, priceless antiquities and soaring skyscrapers, this region is a jigsaw puzzle of contradictions and contrasts, where old customs bump into modern ways.

Buried beneath breathtaking views and sacred sites is the clandestine commerce of human trafficking.

Cypriots who lived abroad or foreigners are more at ease with this part.

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