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Naked Ukrainian special mission in Tbilisi2012-01-05 12:54
The Georgian capital has long been keeping pace with Europe in many fields. They probably can include the entertainment industry too. But Georgia, of course, has its own specifics - Caucasian mentality, deep religiosity, the vitality of ancient traditions. Perhaps, therefore, not Georgian women are working in striptease clubs, but guests from Ukraine. This country is almost worldwide famous for its female beauty.
The mass exodus of beautiful female farmers began in the post-Soviet era and Georgia has not avoided it. Many women working in the entertainment business have been invited here, especially after the tragic events of 2008, but no means all took a chance to come. But some ladies have shown not woman's determination and continued to work in a country which at that time had just ended the war. Among these courageous business women - our heroine, Marina, a psychologist by training, who now manages one of the most popular strip clubs in Tbilisi.
Her club is of high level, here are performing the girls who have passed professional training. There's no amateurishness, no intimacy, all contacts with the visitors are in the best traditions of the western strip bars. How does Marina manage to save this oasis of European night life in the heart of the Caucasus? Her secret is a literate personnel policy. The vast majority of dancers, about 80 percent, are Marina's compatriots, guests from Ukraine.
"I am originally from Ukraine, a psychologist by training and choreographer. I arrived to Georgia in 2008, immediately following the war. Some of my colleagues received similar offers from the owners of the club, but they were afraid to come to Georgia. The first time I went to Tbilisi to watch the situation here. I was immediately pleasantly surprised with the level of the club and the Georgian hospitality. I took a job offer and have no regrets", Marina told our correspondent.