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PPL dating was left to guys who couldn’t figure out how to use online translators.
Free Wi-Fi is offered in cafes in Russia, the same as in the west.
If you watch a recording of any concert in Russia, you will see hundreds of mobile phones in hands of viewers, recording the happening. Skype and other face-to-face chat tools are accessible everywhere.
In 2000’s it was all about translated emails, then chats.
However, with the arrival of instant translation sites and software (such as Google Translate, and before that Prompt) human interpretation became unnecessary.
So called “mail order brides” were known for years, but women wanting a traditional family were mostly coming from Asia and South America.
Post-Soviet countries had a strong demographic, where women were in a great majority.
This was beginning of PPL, or pay-per-letter dating.
If in 1990s Russian dating sites were selling addresses of women (to send a letter by air mail).
Plus there were 14 more republics in the USSR, which were also open for visits — Europe, Asia, you take a pick.
But the West was still a terra incognito for Soviet people, and western men were original in their views and ways of life. Russian ladies wrote letters to foreign guys and sent them by air mail, waiting for weeks to hear back from their admirers. From the end of 1990’s, Internet was spreading at great speeds in Russia.
Today, most women are focused on their careers, not on becoming mothers and wives.