Russian dating manners
Curtis Seubert started writing professionally in 2008.He has taught writing at universities in the USA and in Japan.So, while I agree that not all Russian women dream to get married, the cultural standards dictate that they all are to “dream to get married”.That’s an appropriate moral standing for a single young woman in Russia, to look for a future husband as her main focus in life.Remember, proper dating etiquette is going to depend a lot on the age, gender and cultural awareness of your date.Avoid doing anything that draws public attention to your date: Japanese culture emphasizes modesty and blending in.They may expect more expensive locations, entertainment, and gifts.
In her story Arina points out that these “marriage-minded” girls are also not a gift from heaven for a guy, because they don’t enjoy intimacy and if a man after a 1-month relationship doesn’t start talking about a wedding, he will be getting even less affection and more scandals.
Be aware, though, that your date’s expectations may depend on their age.
If your date grew up in the 1980s or early '90s in Japan, be aware that they grew up in a time when there was a lot of money floating around Japan.
Why Russian women don’t want to marry their own countrymen was always a mystery for our clients. Most often the women who start looking abroad for a match are simply disappointed in local men and think that western men are better (we had a research on it).
Ask someone in your country, “Why do you think Russian women want to marry Americans (Europeans, Australians, etc.)? Hard drinking is the most frequently quoted vice of Russian men, but there are also other things many women prefer not to spell out, even though these traits really bother them.