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One thing that makes it crystal clear is the language.“Russian doesn’t have a word for girlfriend, only wife and bride, so men approximate by saying “my girl,” “my bride,” or the English transliteration of girlfriend,” writes she.This explains the surprising to the westerners desire of Slavic women to find a “husband” and not just date. There is a word for introductions, and after that it is a relationship.The social responsibility of males to provide for their females is not only materialistic in the former Soviet Union, states she, but more alike paternal duty, where a woman is looked after by someone responsible for her, because it’s his moral obligation and delight.Bruk also expresses her surprise at “disintegration of male hygiene and work ethics”, citing the poor gender ratios as the reason.(We are never happy with what we are getting, are we?)Diana Bruk is a young American woman who was born in Russia and moved to the Big Apple at the age of 5 with her family.You would think it is stalking, they think it’s being persistent.“Russian men act like your boyfriend from the very beginning,” she writes.This is her exact wording: Girls, apparently, are used to relentless pursuits, and unless they feel you are putting “all in”, they are not convinced that you are really interested.
Even western women find Russian men charming and feel they have a lot to offer, which they would love to find in their partners locally.“The macho guys from my home country leave me torn between my feminist beliefs and my sexual desires.”Her story begins with the description of a fight for “her honour” by a Russian boyfriend, because in the midst of a drunken party, another guy tried to touch her.In Russia, it is expected from a male to physically defend his lady, or be considered a coward. ), the boyfriend approached his shaking American dame demanding explanations as to what she did that a strange guy felt comfortable enough to grab her, and why did she talk to another chap without his outright permission.She grew up in the States but due to her heritage speaks fluent Russian.Her confession about dating Russian men is a must read for anyone wondering about courtship customs and rituals in the countries of the post-USSR.“I love (and hate) dating Russian men“, states Diana, and then goes on to explain why.