Dating a russain woman for marry
Forums are full of the accounts of Russian women thanking their coaches for a "happy end" — engagement or marriage to a foreigner.
"Thanks to you and your website I got married yesterday! She describes her friendship with an American man: "I was once too afraid to believe in fairy tales." Sixteen percent of all marriages registered in Moscow in the first ten months of 2015, were mixed, according to data from the state registry office.
Many of the agencies also offer English language courses and translators to facilitate online communication.
In many cases, the linguistic efforts are rewarded.
But among younger Russian women, who did not experience life under the Soviet Union and are too young to be scarred by past experiences, foreign men have less cachet.
Back at home, the guy would have to have to make the first move." Not every Russian woman has access to expat hangout spots, though, giving rise to a booming business of dating agencies that specialize in foreign men.
Indeed, in her view, the economic crisis has made Moscow women want to stick with the familiar.
"It's better to wed one of your own, than an overseas prince.
European men have a reputation for being more independent and better planners.
She said they are also more emancipated — willing to take on household chores and take up an active role in raising children — and that they were softer in their communication.The popular rock group Kombinatsiya summed up in endearing, if flawed, English what was most on Russian girls' minds: "American boy, American joy. " Russian women gained a name for going weak in the knees for anyone from the West.