Normally there wouldn't even be a need to make a whole section dedicated to Russian women especially: it might be considered sexist by most people, you run into the risk of making crude generalizations, and the actual reason of writing about women seems a bit ambiguous. However, the truth of the fact is that a large proportion of male visitors to Russia travel here especially because of the Russian women. Besides "russian brides" is one of the most popular search terms on Google related to Russia, so there's definitely a necessity to dispel some myths and also to get some search traffic if there's such huge interest, after all...
We decided to organize this section into the several categories based on the age, because the thing that makes people differ the most from each other in Russia is their generation.
Russian Girls: Stereotypes, Statistics and Sexual Desire
To write about young Russian women aka girls is a triple suicide mission: categorizing people by age, nationality and sex is not the most rewarding enterprise.
Russian Women: What are They Like?
Google has this very useful feature where it shows what most people are searching for with the phrase you type in.
Old Women in Russia - Babushkas - Who Are They
The old ladies are very noticeable in Russia, they're called 'Babushka' – Russian for "granny" – and they are in charge much more than it may seem.
Russian Brides or How to Marry a Russian Woman or a Man
In the 90s Russia became popular not only as a new "unexplored" travel destination, but also as a place to find a "perfect" wife (and more rarely – a husband).
Interesting Facts about Russian Women and Women Rights in Russia
Russia has the legacy of the Soviet Union, which – at least on paper – respected the equal rights between men and women.
Travel Advice for Women in Russia
If you have concerns about safety, wondering how to hail those cars on the streets, what it would be like to walk at night alone or taking a long Trans-Siberian train, we combined some experience-based practical advices in this article – written by women travelers.