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But on finding and marrying one – even one as rich as Croesus – many Russian women feel trapped.“Our men are too lazy, prefer to drink in front of a TV or a computer, without thinking of how to amuse their women,” Dengin continues.

A few weeks ago a woman in her forties paid $30,000 on a party for a group of her female friends to enjoy a night out with the certainty of finding some male company.Even French men were struggling to find the solution: about 49% of all Russian women are single. “We advise women to look among the younger age group,” says Moskalkova, holding up as an example the 65-year-old Russian pop star, Alla Pugachova, who, 20 years ago, impressed the country by marrying a singer, Philip Kirkorov, 18 years her junior, whom she later divorced, then marrying Maxim Galkin, who is 27 years younger.But what if you are young, beautiful, long-legged, big-eyed, artistic and everybody you see around you is ugly, greedy and arrogant?One regular at Marusia is Yulia Kharlampovich, a glamorous 29-year-old make-up artist.

She often turns up there around midnight and stays until 8am drinking with friends.

They routinely dress as if for an opera or a fashion show.