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Are All Russian Women Beautiful?

I’ve heard a statement that all Russian women are beautiful a number of times and even though it is very flattering to hear (since I am a Russian woman myself), this is not true.

Russian women have some specific facial features, which some Western men love, when the others don’t. However, there is a reason why the myth that all Russian women are beautiful is widespread.
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Easy Ways to Recognize Dating Scams

-    Never send money to a woman you don’t know. Especially if she asks for it. Respectable Russian and Eastern European women will never ask you for money. It is just not acceptable in Russian culture.

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Main Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Fall for the Photos of Beautiful Russian Women

Relax, I am not going to give you a lecture on how unimportant looks are, because even though people don’t like to admit it, they do pay attention to looks and beauty.

There is absolutely nothing wrong with it and if you are looking at photos of beautiful Russian women and want to make one of them your bride, go for it. However, there are some things you need to remember. Read more »

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Are all Russian wives family-oriented?

Question: Are all Russian wives family-oriented?soviet082_large1 Read more »

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Russian Dating Scams: Jack’s Story

Brides from Russia and Former Soviet Union are popular. Thousands of western men are looking for Russian wives and many find them. Some, however, become victims of scams.

We have a friend, Jack, a guy in his 50s, who after a number of unsuccessful relationships and a marriage with American women, decided to marry a Russian. He looked for his ideal woman for months (through websites and through marriage agencies) until he finally found her. Or that’s what he thought. Read more »

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Russian Women: Unwritten Rules. Smiles and Greetings

As mentioned before, Russian women, or Russians in general, don’t smile nearly as much as Americans do. And it doesn’t mean that we are sad. A smile from someone we don’t know makes us, Russians, feel self-conscious. I might think, that I look funny, or that our clothes are dirty if somebody I don’t know looks at me and smiles. Well, it is different when a guy smiles to a girl – in this cases smile usually means that he is interested in her.

So if you go to Russia, don’t smile too much. You might get unnecessary attention. Also, if your Russian bride doesn’t smile a lot, there is no need to ask her if she is OK 15 times a day. It can be annoying. She is most likely just fine. Read more »

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Russian Culture: What (Not) to Wear on a Date with a Russian Woman

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If you haven’t yet noticed, Russian women like to dress up and to look good. You will rarely, if ever, see a Russian woman in sneakers and an oversized sweatshirt on the street. Unless she is working out, but even then she would like to be stylish and pretty. So if you want to make a good impression, don’t wear jeans with holes or a stained sweatshirt. Especially if you are on a date with a Russian woman. Read more »

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What Does it Take to Be Popular Among Russian and Eastern European women

It is a big mistake to assume that all women are the same. Russian and Eastern European women are different from American in many things, so what you have learnt about women in the U.S. may not apply to Eastern European women. Read more »

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Russian Women and Language Barriers

Question: How hard it is to overcome the language barrier when corresponding with Russian women? Read more »

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Russian Culture: Drinking Tea

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When American and Western people think of Russians and their drinking habits, 9 out of 10 people immediately think “vodka”. Many are surprised to find out that Russians are very passionate about tea-drinking and are drinking more tea than British people. So if you go to Russia to visit your Russian bride, expect to have a lot of tea with her, her family and her friends.

Tea was brought to Russia from China in the 17th century and since then Russian people fell in love with this drink. Believe it or not, tea is the most popular beverage in the country and is closely associated with Russian traditions and culture. Read more »

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