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Discuss culture, living, traveling, relocating, dating or anything related to Russia, Ukraine, or the former Soviet Republics.
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Browsing profiles on mamba.ru I was amazed how hot some of these women are, even hotter than Russian girls if you can believe that and another thing I noticed is that the ratio of men / women is heavily in mens favour, women under 30 outnumber men by 2-3 to 1
Georgia and Armenia are christian countries whereas Azerbaijan is muslim , very liberal though.
These places are still virgin when compared to other parts of FSU and EE so Im not surprised that there is not much talk abt them on expat forums but that cld be a good thing for folks like us. These places could be alternative to Russia and Ukraine,
it would be interesting to hear from some of you guys who have been there if there is anyone
Haven't gone on a dating tour, but I'm Armenian and have visited years ago. Plus I know many recent immigrants live here in Glendale. My grandmother was raised in Georgia.
My impressions would be that these countries are liberalizing rapidly, so that women in capital cities will be more modern than a few decades ago. But all three will be more conservative and marriage-oriented than average Russian and Ukrainian city girls. All three will expect you to meet the parents at some point.
Armenian girls would be difficult, but worth it. Bright, ambitious, dedicated to their man, never divorce. They want a strong, demanding man with a career. Big egos are welcome. Like rest of former FSU, educated folks are not super-religious, but working class sometimes is. Children are precious. There is almost no street crime. Armenian families generally disapprove of foreigners, but times are desperate, it may work. Race is not the biggest problem, the biggest problem is not being Armenian.
People who visit Yerevan love it. Outdoor cafes, night clubs, casinos, energy. And maybe the best sense of humor on earth, comparable to Britain. For the average working class family, though, life is hard.
Georgians are party people like the Armenians, though we often say they are not as righteous and courageous as us. Certainly not the warriors we are. Georgians seem to us like Gypsies - fun to be around, great dancers, but less substantial.
Btw thanks for posting, I need to get over there myself.
Been to all three. Armenia is far and away the best. Great looking women and a proud people. Yereven is the capital and the only place there I found appealing thus far.
Azerbaijan was like Turkey-lite, but the Baku nightlife was great and a lot of underground activity.
Georgia is not worth it. Women are nice-looking, but virginity before marriage is the RULE and feminism is making more inroads there than almost anywhere else. I would never go back.