Colombian – Colombian women are among the most beautiful and sweetest women in the whole world. They are a very special mixture of the Spanish, colombian women usually place in one of the top three positions of the Miss Universe contest. They are raised to be proud mothers and are home minded.
Brazilian – Women in Brazil enjoy the same legal rights and duties as men, what is clearly expressed in the 5th article of Brazil’s 1988 Constitution. Divorce became legal in Brazil in 1977, with the law permitting each person only one divorce in a lifetime and only after a three year legal or five-year separation.
Puerto Rican – While technically this is part of America, men and women of the commonwealth are miles sexier than their U.S. counterpart. Puerto Rican women often display a degree of self-confidence and independence that many overseas female visitors find liberating.
Russian – The charms and beauty of Russian women are known all over the world. Young Russian women are gorgeous, and they are very particular about their appearance – most Russian women will not go outside without their hair and make-up perfectly done and their outfit, shoes and accessories perfectly matching. When Russian people dress up, they go all-out – sky-high heels, glittery miniskirts and fur coats on impeccably made-up girls, the latest in crisp. Be careful – they have a hard character.
Japanese – After World War II, the dominant cultural template for the role of a Japanese woman has been that of the office lady, who becomes a housewife, and a then a education mother after marriage. One of the main characteristics of Japanese women that sets them apart from western women is that they’re extremely shy. Jealousy is a really delicate issue with Japanese women. It has always seemed to that they tend to get more jealous than western women.
Spanish – Spanish women dress impeccably and for the most part have fantastic bodies and gorgeous hair.
Swedish – Swedish girls talk more openly — once you get them to talk — than other girls: it’s about culture, and gender equality. The Swedish education system is strongly aware of the risks of gender biased behaviors. Swedish women are also some of the most sexually liberated and independent in the world.