International women’s Day is celebrated on 8 March worldwide. You may have never heard about it but for Russian and Ukrainian women it’s probably the most loved holiday after their birthdays. 8 March—International Women’s Day In western countries the essence of this holiday is still the same as 100 years ago—the day of solidarity of…Details
For the tenth year already, British researchers report on liveability by country. Their report is the only one of its kind because it is based on both economic advancement and social welfare. In addition to collecting hard data on economics, scientists ask people if they are satisfied with the life in the country where they…Details
Russian media reported about Sharia patrol shaming people in the streets for “inappropriate behaviours” in Moscow. A former member of infamous “StopHam” youth movement (shaming people for violations of traffic rules) Islam Ismailov named his new project “Stop Haram” (haram stands for forbidden actions in Islamic law). StopHam movement was liquidated by the Russian government in March 2016. Apparently, some…Details
Russia’s Ministry of Industry and Trade revealed details of an aid program for the poor. The country plans to introduce electronic food cards for those in need. Food cards for the poor in Russia Disadvantaged Russians will be able to buy locally produced food using special cards. Seedlings, feed for farm animals, and seeds are also…Details
Women’s Day is celebrated in Russia and Ukraine on 8 March. With the holiday approaching, sociologists offerred some insight into which gifts women want to get on that day. Top 4 gifts Russian ladies can’t wait to get Slavic girls have a special relationship with gifts. But in general, one prominent feature of Russian and Ukrainian women is…Details
Guys who are courting Russian women sometimes think that it would be easy. Because, as we all have heard, girls from this region don’t have enough men and therefore they are supposed to be desperate to find a guy to date. But because there are more men than women, the dating rules also evolved differently.…Details
Australian scientists looked through over 5,000 Instagram accounts. After having analyzed the information, they identified 7 types of selfies. Why do we post selfies? As it turned out, women are more likely to share such photos. On average, 75% of self-portraits are posted by females. Previously a few studies suggested that taking selfies was a…Details
The official research shows that 23% of Russians get paid cash in envelopes to hide true wages. Or, as Russians call it, “salaries”. (The difference between salaries and wages in Russia and Ukraine is explained in our earlier post.) Russian companies hide true wages to avoid tax Russian Public Opinion Research Center conducted a research to figure out how many…Details
The winner of our Valentine’s Day contest is Julia from Russia. She is getting the prize of USD $500 as her entry collected the highest number of votes. Congratulations to the winner! We appreciate efforts of all participants who sent great stories and photos about their special Valentine’s Day greetings. If you missed entering the…Details
Russia’s oldest practicing surgeon Anna Levushkina lives in Ryazan. The 89-year-old doctor has performed over 10,000 surgeries during her 68-year career. Moreover, she’s still working and has no plans to retire. World’s oldest surgeon lives in Russia Doctor Levushkina from Ryazan is believed to be the oldest working surgeon in the world. The doctor still…Details
Ukrainians believe it’s getting harder to obtain a U.S. visa with every year. In 2016 USA refused 40% of visitor visa applications by Ukrainians. Visitor entry to the USA According to the official data provided by U.S. Department of State, 40.83% of Ukrainians were refused a nonimmigrant visa (B category) in 2016. For comparison, 34.03%…Details
Commissioner of the president of Ukraine for children’s rights Mykola Kuleba announced that the country is at 186th place in the world by birth rate and 13th in terms of nation’s extinction. As reported, the demographic situation in the largest European country has been complicated since 1991 with high indicators of mortality, outmigration, and the number…Details
According to Russia’s children’s rights ambassador Anna Kuznetsova, there are 17 million households with minors in the country. About 30% of them are single mothers raising kids alone. 5 million Russian mothers raise children alone Anna Kuznetsova referred to the official statistical data on situation in Russian households, Ria.ru reported. There are 11.6 million married couples…Details
Elena’s Models blog covers issues of dating Russian and Ukrainian women online and in real life, offering tips for men how to succeed and what to watch out for. If charming Slavic ladies is your goal, this is your place to learn how. There are some specifics to international dating online, which are important to know. Our renowned experts are happy to render decades of their experience and knowledge to help you navigate the exciting waters of cross-culture romance with Eastern European girls.
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Slavic women include ladies from Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, and other Eastern European countries and states of the former USSR. This advice will also assist you in establishing loving relationships with women from Kazakhstan, Moldova, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, and other republics of the historical Soviet Union. Slavic women are known for their deliberate femininity, strong family ties, and devotion to the traditional marital structures, which are heavily promoted through their local media and cultural outlets. The majority of Russian, Ukrainian, and Belarusian women see family and children as their highest priority in life and the only way to find personal happiness.
With Internet widely accessible in Russia and Ukraine through Wi-Fi and mobile connections, more Slavic women are open to the idea of looking outside national borders in search of their true love. With gender ratios of only 86 men to 100 women country-wide, Slavic girls are choosing to investigate their dating options in other geographic locations, where they can find men of quality that is not available for them at home.
You will also find news items from post-USSR countries relating to everyday realities of life and relationships, to make your understanding of these modern European counties more up to date. Free from politics and negativity, our news are entertaining and fun. Contemporary research and studies of human relations, marriage, family, and demographics will assist in finding reliable models of communication that are proven to work in the realities of the second decade of the 21 century. Surprizing discoveries of today’s scientists and open discussion through comments allow you to share your opinions or ask questions.
Dating Slavic, Russian, and Ukrainian women in a multicultural and international environment that we share today is far from a mail order brides operation, but is an open and transparent experience of people from different locations connecting and sharing their ideas, thoughts, common goals and aspirations, without prejudice or borders. This blog allows you to learn more about modern life in countries of the former Soviet Union, including Ukraine and Russia, which is, most likely, very similar to what you are used to in your own country. In fact, you have more in common than you probably think.
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