Russian Mail Order Brides:

What Do They Really Want?

As we have said before, the term "Russian mail order brides" is a bit misleading and has a negative connotiation. Relationships with foreign brides can be as meaningful as any other.

But since most people are familiar with the term "mail order brides", we use it to describe these quality ladies, one of whose ads we are featuring below.

There is much misconception in the west on the topic of mail order brides. We wanted to feature Natalia's ad below, so that you can get a better idea of exactly what some of these single Russian women are looking for, and what their outlook on life is:

Hi! My name Natalia. I live in Crimea, in Sevastopol. I was born and studied in Russia. I have a medical education and work in a hospital. I do massage, various procedures, I help patients to return to health.

Now I'm taking a course in English. I love nature, the sea, mountains. I love good, warm, friendly company. In people I appreciate frankness, sincerity, mutual understanding.

I have a lot of friends, I care for our friendship. But I do not have a loving man, my second half. I want to find you.

I was born in Russia in family of a soldier. Therefore I got used to traveling and communicating with new people. My dad is a colonel, my mom a medical doctor. I'm cheerful, benevolent, caring, with a sense of humor.

Natalia is Russian "mail order bride" #14833 at Elena's Models, where you can contact her. Scroll down this page until you see our review for Elena's Models.

This is obviously a quality lady with much to offer, and she may no longer be available by the time you read this.

But if she is not, feel free to browse the hundreds of model-quality Russian "mail order brides" at the link above, and you may be surprised at the sheer number of beautiful and sincere Russian and Ukrainian women available there.

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