Author(s): Niyazi UTSA
though a very miniscule proportion of the children born out of unofficial, wedlock come into being as a result of unprotected sexual intercourse and some of them do so because of marriage promise or marriage under compulsion, these are very rare cases. As will be discussed here, in Kyrgyzstan, a significant proportion of the fatherless children relate to religious marriage or having children in cohabitation and willingness. In common-law marriages, the fact that the man does not accept giving his name as the father of the child, after the birth, leaving his wife and child causes the child to fall into the position of "fatherless" (Russian, bes ottsa).Women who have a child with a temporary marriage of convenience. Who are these women, which socio-cultural origins do they have? The study aims to describe this situation in the Kyrgyzstan / Bishkek example.