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What one needs to realize, though, is that many of the gender roles in Russia come down to ideas of love and marriage.
The biggest moment in the life of a Russian is the day that they get married (followed closely by having children), because it revolves around the love that two people share.
As you are comforted by my knowledgeable call to answer your dilemma, you may find yourself asking, “Who the hell are you? I have been married to a Russian Man for nine months and have been Russian for my entire life (as far as I know. Like with any experience, including doing acid and purchasing a medium-size family sedan, being in a relationship with a Russian man has both its pros and cons. Very Moldable: You know how American men are all like, “Oh, I need to be independent, don’t tell me what to do, let me just go to my therapist and figure it out? That part in My Big Fat Greek Wedding where the mom tells her, the man is the head and the woman is the neck (below)? B (that would be the Russian Husband)’s grandma (may she rest in peace) told me the same thing before we got married. This is required by article four in the Russian constitution. But because he’s not joining the Peace Corps, I’m rollin’ in our brand-new, tricked-out Honda Civic (which is another thing All Russian Men have.) 3.
Interestingly, it even made me question some of my customs from the United States, like why we value having a job over finding love. Zhivago in high school and did not understand why the hot doctor was in love with Mentally Decimated Lara C. I’m like the command central planner in our socialist marriage. B is a programmer, and he pulls in a solid five figures on an annual basis.The most fascinating product of studying abroad is the discovery of different mentalities in a culture.As one of my professors pointed out, it is ingrained in their minds that if a woman is in their presence, they, as men, should be on their best, most polite behavior.While these ideas of chivalry have been discouraged in the United States—due in part to extreme feminism—the gender roles of men in Russia have nothing to do with the idea of women needing their help.