Dating Russian Woman

The 8th of March – International Women’s Day –  a global celebration of women’s achievements in political, economical and social life. It is celebrated by the UN, and in most post Soviet countries, like Russia and Ukraine, it is a national holiday.

In the beginning of the XXth century this holiday was created as a day of solidarity between female workers, joined together in a fight for equal rights and emancipation.

After a while in the USSR, this holiday  lost its political colour and was no longer associated with the movement against female discrimination.

Today the holiday is celebrated with family and friends, at home or at a restaurant. Traditionally Russian women receive flowers and gifts from their husbands, fathers, brothers and friends. Women are also giving presents to their mothers, daughters and friends. Most often they are also released from any household duties so they would be able to enjoy the holiday in full.

The 8th of March is a holiday of feminine beauty, the beginning of spring and a celebration of love and equality between men and women.


Dating Russian Girl

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