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They do it because they want to meet a suitable partner for marriage. They don't have a different type of character, and they also love shopping and chatting.They are human beings and they are definitely not perfect. Another important difference is that Russian women (and Russians in general) have very low self-esteem. While Western women think that they are goddesses and able to cope with anything on their own, a Russian woman (living in Russia and married to a Russian man) will rarely leave a bad (really BAD) husband because of the fear that she won't find another one.; others who never used the language in their life forget it with the time and can only read and translate - but the base is there, so they are usually able to start speaking English fluently in 6-8 months when live in an English speaking country.have no sense of humour, but because they do not usually smile without a reason.They all study English at school for 7 years (Grades 5-11).
The cultural notion for a Russian woman is to get married and have a family; this is the necessary condition of success for a woman.Russian women living abroad are different from Russian women living in Russia. Part of it was simply growing as a person, but a great deal was due to the different culture. Some reporters pull a phrase out of my writings, take it out of the context, and then happily announce, "Look how they taut those poor Russian brides" (not that there is anything wrong with those reporters; they just have to have "an angle" to their story, and this one sells better).Russian women change when they move abroad, and western demographics is very different from Russian (where they have only 87 men for 100 women). This reminds me of the times they taught us in Soviet Russia that western employees were mercilessly exploited by greedy capitalists.You may laugh at it, but we grew up feeling very sorry for you guys, who were so mercilessly exploited, and very happy for the fact that we were born in Soviet Union. I have a personal experience of living through the process of finding a foreign husband, and I see my own marriage to a western man as liberation, which it certainly was if you compare the level of freedom in post-Soviet Russia and in the west with its centuries-old democratic traditions.While some reporters enjoy speculating about "men buying women - women selling themselves", this is just as valid a description as "exploiter-exploited" for employer-employee relationship.
There is also a difference between western men living in the west and Russian men living in Russia (and I am certainly not a big fond of the patriarchal, chauvinistic Russian family model).