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While that sounds like a ridiculous myth if you replace “Russian” with any Western nationality, I wouldn’t be surprised if many people reading this consider it a matter of fact when it comes to Russia.So let’s try to untangle the story a bit: The short answer is no.Whether or not that is the woman’s choice is for you to decide. Petersburg, and also in the Ukraine, the economic situation is not great.Many people live below the poverty line, jobs are scarce, it’s expensive to move to the big cities, and yes, one of the easiest ways to “get out” is to get married to a citizen of a Western country.Why not just go to a big city in Russia or Ukraine? The area is closed, and it concerns only two regions of Ukraine and do you think a girl whose family is caught in a conflict will dream to flee her family and leave her brothers, parents in conflict army to bask in the Miami sun by a pool?It is much easier, no need to learn another language. I will always remember my interview with Katia who fled the city of Donetsk and left her family because her mother ordered her to make her studies in Kiev.A related issue is that in Russian and Ukrainian society, it is still seen as essential for a woman to get married at a relatively young age (around 25 being the allowed maximum).
Of course you will say that the situation is not famous in small provincial towns and you are right, but in this case, why go abroad?
The mail-order part comes from the websites that ostensibly act as dating services that match up these willing brides with their future husbands.
And everyone seems to have a story of a “friend” who ordered a Russian bride who divorced him as soon as she got her full citizenship.
If a woman’s English is not good enough to communicate with men on her own, the agencies offer “translation services” where a staff member writes the messages instead.
I’m not personally aware of how accurate the translation is, but I do know that a lot of the messages that get sent to men are highly sexual or at least suggestive.If you listen to the media in North America, you'll rarely hear the good of Russia or Eastern Europe.