Serbian Women: #1 Most Voted Guide


Tall, dark and sexy.  Those were my first impressions of Serbian women after I landed in Belgrade’s Tesla International Airport.  Over the next few days, as I braved the chilly street of Serbia’s capital, my impressions were only strengthened, reinforced and solidified.

I’ve been with all kinds of women but there’s something very alluring about Slavic women.  First, they’re very feminine — they just ooze femininity.  While the rest of the world is being infested with feminist cancer, Serbia—like the rest of Slavic countries—has simply been immune. 

Seems like feminism and Slavs are like oil and water: they just don’t mix too well. Of course, as an Eastern European guy, I’m also a bit biased having grown up around them from an early age.

My single gripe with Slavic women is that most of them have pale skin.  I’m not much into blondes and prefer my women to have a bit of color, especially if they have a bit darker skin tones. There are the Spaniards and Italians but they’re quickly going the way of their American counterparts: unfeminine, rude and bitchy.

Then again, I’m just not too crazy about Western women.

Come to think of it, Brazilian women fit this requirement perfectly with their sexy olive skin and bikini tans, but I’m miles away from the promised land.

Enter Serbia. Serbian women are Slavic but with dark, olive-skinned complexions of their Mediterranean counterparts. They are tall, slim, have dark hair and striking eyes. Result: the perfect combination of beauty, elegance, and sexiness.


Before we get into women, a little history lesson is in order. And Serbia is one country that’s rich in history. For 500 years it was ruled by Ottoman Empire (Turks). After its collapse, the region gained the notoriety of being known as the “Powder Keg of Europe” as the inciter of several conflicts leading to the outbreak of World War I.

After World War II, it became one of the five republics of the newly formed Yugoslavia.  In 1991 — after more disastrous wars — it finally became an independent state. In 1999, Serbia was accused by Western nations of genocide and subsequently bombed by NATO.

The latest issue is the partly recognized Republic of Kosovo (which is now a de-facto state), and, as I quickly discovered, an interesting topic of conversation with the girls. Although, I would recommend treading carefully when discussing politics and other sensitive issues.

For many years, Serbia and the surrounding region has been a melting pot of different races such as Slavs, Turks, and Muslims. That might explain the country’s interesting culture as well as the dark/sexy complexion of the women.


Serbians speak Serbian, a south Slavic language, which is the same as Croatian and Montenegrin. Unlike Croatians who use the Latin alphabet, Serbians use Cyrillic, so if you don’t know a Cyrillic language, you might need to familiarize yourself with it to understand and read the signs. It’s very simple and shouldn’t take you much time.

As a native Russian speaker, I could easily understand most of the written text but being able to understand spoken speech was next to impossible. Moreover, I’ve heard that if you already speak another Slavic language, becoming fluent in Serbian takes as little as 1-3 months.

If speaking foreign languages isn’t your thing, you’ll be glad to know that English is widely spoken in Serbia. (That’s what I had to rely on.) Most Serbians under 35 have a decent command of English; of course, the younger generation tends to speak it very well.

The women

OK, now we’re getting to the part of why you’re here: women.

It seems like the more south in Europe you go, the more traditional and relationship-minded are the women. Northern European women like Danish and Swedish are fairly easy to bed and tend to sleep on first dates. On the other hand, The Balkans are home of the most traditional women on the entire European continent. (Spanish, Italian and Portuguese women are also very traditional, but, unlike Serbian women, they’re much more Westernized.)

Traditional means you can’t just fly here, meet a girl on your way home from the airport and have sex within a few hours. It just doesn’t work like that. This is definitely not America with its no-strings-attached culture.

Traditional means meeting a woman, inviting her on a couple of dates, doing lots of walks and just generally getting to know her first before commencing any kind of a relationship, sexual or otherwise.

A longer time commitment is required. Think weeks and months instead of days and weekends. Serbian women, like other Balkan people, rarely have one-night stands, and will need to see you a few times before giving you access to the goods. The good news is that the women are extremely loyal to their men, a far cry from the “anything goes” culture of Western countries (particularly American).

Serbians are also some of the tallest people in Europe, along with Dutch and Lithuanians. Unlike the other two, Serbians are also relatively big and intimidating people.

Women are also pretty tall. It was very common to see women who were at least 5’8 (173 cm) and above. Add a pair of high heels and your typical Serbian woman can easily reach 180-185cm.

At only 5’9 (175 cm), I was definitely on the short end of the spectrum in Belgrade. Sure, there were guys my height and women who were shorter, but the average height hovered somewhere around 1.78-1.80 (5’11-6’).

So, if you’re someone who’s on the shorter side (under 5’7), be prepared to be surrounded by lots of tall people.

Personally, I prefer women who are my height or shorter. Though, I don’t have any insecurities dating women who’re taller. It’s just I know from experience that most women would prefer a taller guy so that they can wear their high heels without feeling insecure themselves.

What kind of guys do Serbian women like?

First of all, Serbians love Russian-speakers. So, if you’re from Eastern Europe and speak Russian (Ukrainian, Russian, Belorussian, and other former republics), you will generally have a good time.

As soon as a Serbian person discovered that I’m a Russian-speaker (or as soon as they noticed me speaking Russian on the phone), they immediately became receptive and started asking me questions.

Obviously, this is more so with the older generation (30+); younger women are more Westernized. They wear Nike’s, carry their iPhones and love watching Sex And The City.

Apart from Russian-speakers, I noticed Serbian women have a preference for darker men: Italians, Spaniards, Portuguese as well as Latin Americans.

Meeting women during the day

When I was in Belgrade last month, I spent most days walking around the city and approaching women. Honestly, I’m not a big approach machine and don’t have a natural ability women I don’t know, but what made it easier was the fact that I really needed directions because I was an outsider.

So, what I did was carry a city map with me at all times, making it easy to approach girls waiting at public squares, parks and bus stops. 

As soon as I spotted a cute girl, I would walk over, and ask her if she knew a particular landmark. Then, I would judge her reaction.

If she wasn’t in a rush to go anywhere and seemed interested in continuing our conversation, I would ask her a couple of questions, tell her where I’m from and go from there.

If things continued to go well, I would ask her for a number or invite her out to get something to eat or go for a walk. The center of Belgrade is very walkable, so it’s never a problem to go for a pleasant walk or jump into a cozy coffee shop.

Generally, I found Serbian girls to be very warm and approachable. One girl even volunteered to be my guide, showing me around the old fortress of Kalemegdan.

Where to meet women during the day

A great place to jumpstart your day game is to head to one of the main city squares (I liked Trg Republica with the big monument).  There you will see various people waiting for their friends to show up.

The other good place to spit game is the pedestrian street of Knez Mihailova.

Generally speaking, you really can’t go wrong meeting women anywhere in the center area. It’s very compact. There are tons of different coffee shops and restaurants. That’s where you’ll meet women who’re just strolling around and not really in a rush to go anywhere.

When a woman isn’t in a rush anywhere, she’s probably looking to be approached. So, if you notice a cute girl, don’t hesitate to approach her and strike a conversation.

In some countries approaching is easier because of eye contact (especially Ukraine and Russia). In Serbia, however, you will almost never receive eye contact (I almost never did). Thus, don’t make the mistake of waiting for any approach invitations (e.g., eye contact) before approaching her.

If I waited for eye contact in Serbia, I would never meet a single girl and get laid.

Meeting women at night

Serbia like other Balkan countries (including Romania, but not counting Croatia) isn’t the best place to meet women at night. Generally, women go out to party and drink with groups of friends, people they already know.

When you go out, you will notice big groups of people consisting of men and women. The problem is that you won’t know if the guys in the group are the girls’ boyfriends, brothers, protectors or just friends from school or work.

Unfortunately, unlike American or British bars where people are typically standing up and talking to each other—and looking to meet others. In Serbia, people typically go out with those they already know.

This makes it hard to meet people at night.

An exception is to visit a club targeted to foreigners. Popular clubs change all the time so ask anyone in Belgrade and they’ll point you in the right direction. It will be much easier to meet women in the clubs than in the bars.

When going to the clubs, make sure to dress sharp. A fitted suit with or without a tie is an option, but you can also wear a nice jacket, a good shirt with a nice pair of jeans. Don’t forget to shine your shoes (no sneakers). And you’ll be ready to meet beautiful women.

If you’re Latin, you must check out one of the many Latin/Salsa clubs in Belgrade. The last time I was there, I didn’t see a single foreigner. What I did see was a club full of gorgeous women dressed to the 9s, who were dying to dance Latin beats, but, because Serbian guys, don’t like to dance, there weren’t many takers.

Thus, if you know a thing or two about Latin dances, this would be the very first place I would check out.

Meeting women online

Meeting women online is a true-tested mechanism and is popular pretty much anywhere in the world.

Obviously one of the most popular ways to meet women is via Tinder, an app through which you can meet women from Argentina to Zimbabwe and anywhere in between.

In my experience, Tinder has generally worked really well in Serbia. Unlike in other countries, I generally didn’t have to work very hard to get matches.

As soon as I got a match, I would send her a quick message. If she replied, I would try to add her on either Viber or WhatsApp, two of the most popular apps, the former being very popular in the region. This is exactly what I did in Ukraine, and has generally worked very well.

After that, I would immediately try to arrange a date.

The thing about this part of the world is that you don’t really need to plan dates that far in advance. If you ask a girl out on chat, she automatically assumes you mean the same day or tonight. In that case, she would immediately tell you whether she’s available to meet up or not.

I would say that 50% of the women I asked were able to meet up later that night for a drink. The remaining ones were either unavailable the same day or just plainly weren’t interested.

Still, if you rely on Tinder alone, and have a decent profile, you should have no problems setting a date for every day of the weak or even having dates twice a day if you’re so inclined.

Of course, once you start meeting women, you’ll probably click with a few of them (hopefully), and they would be interested in seeing you again. Thus, as time goes on you’ll have a mix of new women and those who you’ve seen before.

During my trip to Belgrade, I had to spend several days working, so I wasn’t available to meet a new woman every single day. Nevertheless, I met more than enough women during my stay that I didn’t really need to go out that much.

Where to stay in Serbia

Serbia isn’t a huge country, but it’s diverse enough with various regions and cities. A great way to think about Serbia is that there are actually two Serbia's: north and south, with the capital of Belgrade straddling in the middle.

Chances are, your first point of contact will be Belgrade. Belgrade is the capital and Serbia’s largest city. It’s not a huge city, with a population of only 1.3M. Thus it’s smaller than other capitals like Kiev, Minsk and, of course, Moscow.

Belgrade is an awesome city. It’s walkable, friendly and is, for the most part, aesthetically pleasing. I say, “for the most part” because Serbia was one of the countries that were bombed by NATO during the 1999 campaign.

When I was there, there were several buildings that were completely destroyed and gutted. I think the government decided against preparing them to show the world how a European country was bombed by other European nations.

Belgrade is divided by the river Danube. To the north of the river, you have the neighborhood of New Belgrade, a mostly residential neighborhood without much action.

The center, and where most of the action takes place, is actually to the south of the river. That’s where you have the main pedestrian street with all the shops as well as the main square.

When I was in Belgrade, I stayed in a great neighborhood called “Dorćol.” It was a very bohemian neighborhood and even reminded me a little of Latin America. This is an ideal area of the city to rent an apartment. There are tons of great little coffee shops, restaurants and unique shops for you to check out.

It’s also a great neighborhood to do some approaches because the women who’re walking around aren’t in especially on-guard as compared to other parts of the city that are full of discos and bars—and horny men.

Another big city is Novi Sad in the northern Vojvodina region. Vojvodina is completely different from Belgrade and Southern Serbia. The women there have lighter skin tones and, in my opinion, are more approachable than women in both Belgrade in the Southern region.

I took a day trip to Novi Sad from Belgrade. I did about five approaches and got four numbers. The last girl was genuinely scared of some foreigner approaching her.

In the South, you have the main city of Niš. The southern region is much more traditional and conservative owing to the fact that it was ruled by the Ottomans for many years.

Women are typically much more conservative and family-oriented in the South than in both Belgrade and Northern Serbia.

Although I didn’t visit Niš, I was told by many Serbs that Niš is actually “the authentic” Serbia. I wasn’t actually sure what they meant, but I assumed what they were referring to is a more traditional, more Balkan part of Serbia where people are friendlier and more open than in the North.

Another thing I heard about Niš is that it’s a place where you can have excellent food, especially amazing meat, a Serbian specialty.

The food

Owing to its long history and pleasant weather, Serbia makes for a great culinary destination.

The first thing I noticed is the heavy influence of Arabic and Turkish cuisine. There are tons of Turkish restaurants where one can grab a “doner.” Plus, they also have their own popular sauce, “Ajvar” and “Kajmac” that are derived from similar Turkish sauces.

Meat is also a big deal in Serbia. In fact, during my sojourn in Belgrade, it appeared that meat was the only thing I ate. One of my favorite restaurants was an outdoor joint in the center that served amazing meat.

I once ordered a plate of meat, thinking that it would be of modest size and that I would need to order something else later on. Indeed, the plate wasn’t large but it seemed never-ending. I remember eating, eating and eating and still not seeing the bottom of that plate.

When I finished the plate, I realized that it was one of the delicious meat plates I’ve ever eaten.

As I mentioned above, I was told on numerous occasions that the southern city of Niš is known for their amazing bbq, steaks and other meat plates. Unfortunately, I didn’t get a chance to visit it when I was there, but I will make the trip next time.

When to visit Serbia

Unlike Eastern Europe, Serbia is blessed with a much warmer climate and longer summers. There are still four basic seasons: cold winter, nice spring, hot summer, and a comfortable fall.

My first trip to Belgrade was in the winter; February to be exact. The city was covered with snow like a typical Eastern European capital. But it wasn’t too cold, only about -5 C (28 F) or so.

My second trip to Belgrade was in late September, several years later. I had just spent the summer in St. Petersburg, Russia. While the summer in Russia was pleasant, as soon as September hit, the temperatures rapidly dropped and the skies turned from bright sunny to cloudy. Not to mention that people became groggier and unfriendlier. The Russian winter was just around the corner.

So, I grabbed a flight to Belgrade, Serbia. When I landed in Belgrade, the temperature was a balmy 28C, and I felt I was on vacation. It also helped my Airbnb apartment had a beautiful garden area where I was having breakfast every morning. It was a far cry from St. Petersburg and its cold and windy weather.

It stayed warm until around the beginning of November. Around that time, the temperatures began to gradually drop and, by the end of November, it had gotten pretty cold. At that point, I left Belgrade for a warmer climate.

Final thoughts

Serbia was my first foray into Balkans. (I’ve also been to Romania, but it’s debatable whether it’s considered to be part of the region.) 

My first trip only lasted a week. For the second trip, I stayed much longer: three months.

Still, even three months felt like barely scratching the surface. That’s why I certainly plan to do a longer trip next time and visit more countries in the area: Bosnia-Herzegovina, Montenegro, Macedonia, and even Croatia.

If you’re planning a trip to Serbia, don’t think twice, just grab a ticket and go. You will not be disappointed. It’s one of the most interesting and friendliest countries I’ve visited—not just in Europe but in the entire world.

BTW, if you're interested in meeting and dating Serbian women, I wholeheartedly recommend this site.


G February 25, 2013 - 4:24 pm

Those girls lookin’ pretty fly, that’s for sure. How’s the place overall, dangerous/safe?

Maverick February 25, 2013 - 6:09 pm

Safer than New York City, and most of big city America probably.

Zolotnik September 2, 2016 - 5:56 am

I think you should go to Bukarest and pound ciganis, they seem to match your standards intellectually and physically, objasnjava zasto ne ustaje drug.

After five years you can travel to southern India or somalia.

Ivana October 29, 2016 - 12:58 pm

You should come to Novi Sad! Its beutiful town in which you can see mixture of many cultures and nations through the history who live even today in peace and respect. Our mentality is different from town to town:) a result of turbulent and rich history.

Mario June 28, 2017 - 6:30 am


I’m going to attend the Exite concert in nove sad July 7th .. can u please advise me where to go or best clubs to visit.

Thank you.


Joe Vegas February 25, 2013 - 4:39 pm

“Serbia is a country rich in history.”

Rich in history but currently poor?

I heard it’s pretty poor, thoughts?

Maverick February 25, 2013 - 6:10 pm

It’s not the richest country in the world, that’s for sure…

rachel October 23, 2013 - 6:45 pm

not the poorest either

steve peterson August 17, 2016 - 3:06 am

Like many formerly socialist countries, poverty increased with the fall of communism and the Berlin Wall. It’s a fact, like it or not.

Nikola August 17, 2016 - 10:13 am

Only thing poor is your education. Jugoslavia had nothing to do with the USSR nor did the fall of the Berlin wall have anything to do with the “poverty” experienced now. It’s actually unlawful NATO bombing that had the worst effect. Please do some research before you pretend to have a clue.

Danijela October 6, 2016 - 9:08 am

Nikola is absolutely right. If you don’t know don’t speak about it, not publicly at least. USA was the one that destroyed Serbian economy by having Merciful Angel bombing action…. thanks for mercy. So that explains that by only watching what you tv news are showing and they even use word mercy and angel when doing evel, you don’t have a clue what the hell is happening. Keep watching tv and don’t comment.

Bee September 25, 2016 - 10:31 am

and not pure….

Ljuba February 24, 2017 - 6:12 am

Your wallet can be tiny but your soul and history can be very rich … two diferent things.

Michael March 21, 2019 - 9:40 pm

Well I don’t want to put it poor rather it has money’s worth.
Ever since I lived in Bulgaria I learned the plum right from the trees were 0.70 Leva (about 40 cents) per Kilo that might have cost me just 10 times higher in the U.S. Super Market.
Taste? Bulgarian plum was far better..

James February 25, 2013 - 4:48 pm

Somehow I found the 3rd one the most appealing. Of course, I would demolish all of them in bed. What about you?

Tom Jones February 25, 2013 - 5:07 pm

I’d bang all of them, no questions asked.

Maverick February 25, 2013 - 6:08 pm

You got no idea…No, wait, you know exactly what I meant.

Daniella October 6, 2016 - 9:22 am

As a Serbian woman I must say you did a good job. Showed how you do not have a clue about Serbian woman. Yes you need few weeks in order to get there but not if you have wrong belives and Tv presumption of Serbia. We do not measure rich in money so we do not consider ourselfs pour. We just have less money then we used to have but we still have more important things in life. West lost everything in order to gain money. So thinking like that you can bang drug addicts, call girls and starlets or clubbers (sinonim we use for girls selling). Again you do not know anything about Serbian woman and all these man commenting could get up to the named categories of woman.

Vlad February 16, 2017 - 6:33 pm

Thanks for your comment. These ignorant illiterate dumbos that think the whole world revolves around “democratic” USA can only dream about getting laid in Serbia. I live on North American continent for over 20 years, married to Serbian woman and I am more than familiar with ignoignorance of these pricks as well as with the respect and some use of brain you have to have to get in to the pants of women he described very fairly. The best women in the world, I grew up there and going back there as soon as possible. And ladies, please don’t get involved with some of these low lifes

rivsdiary February 25, 2013 - 11:34 pm

great stuff man.

Maverick February 26, 2013 - 9:56 am

Thanks Rivs!

Dennis February 25, 2013 - 11:49 pm

Been meaning to hit up that region. Now I will. Thanks for the post!

Maverick February 26, 2013 - 9:56 am

Enjoy Dennis.

jon February 26, 2013 - 12:39 am

Whens the Brazil dating guide coming out ?

Maverick February 26, 2013 - 9:55 am

Very soon. Finished third draft not too long ago. Are you on the mailing list?

Alby Lenn June 25, 2016 - 3:39 am

Can you make an article about those typical ‘blonde’ countries like Germany, Norway, Sweden, Denmark etc?

Alby Lenn June 25, 2016 - 3:40 am

Can you make an article about the typical ‘blonde’ countries like Germany, Norway, Denmark, Sweden etc?

DC Phil February 26, 2013 - 1:47 pm

As an EE, you probably fit in much easier than other guys would. I’ve heard that some Serbs can be snotty (but not slutty), especially in Belgrade, and that they might not warm up to Americans as readily as they would other nationalities. The Balkan Wars, NATO bombings, and all that, which I understand is still a touchy subject with them and best left untouched.

Have you heard the same?

Maverick February 26, 2013 - 2:27 pm

That’s what I thought as well, but the young people care more about having visa-free access to EU (this was on the verge of being revoked), not what the most fashionable politics are at the moment. So I wouldn’t worry too much about these concerns.

3rd Millenium Men February 26, 2013 - 2:06 pm

Fantastic post, your blog is fast becoming one of the most entertaining in the Manosphere… taking over where Gmac left. Keep up the great writing.

Maverick February 26, 2013 - 2:28 pm

Thanks man, appreciate it.

Miguel Garcia October 10, 2015 - 10:32 pm

My question is very simple (I hope.) What is a single Serbian Lady/Girl called? I think in German/Germany a single Girl/Lady is called a “Fraulein.” Thanks

Danko May 16, 2013 - 12:57 am

Maverick your spot on with all your post. Belgrade has some some undiscovered talent just came back and I’m going back for sure. My ex is from Croatia so I had to see its neighbor.. Great 8-9s and 10s Like yourself I travel all over and cant seem to get enough.. I’m stuck on Eastern Europe at the moment. Dont waste your time in Macedonia though! Dated one years back in Australia, solid 8 and nothing to write home about. The rest in Macedonia,, not that great, still recovering from that earthquake.. Great for trekking through villages for some culture and history on Alexander the Great!

Shreeya June 23, 2013 - 9:24 am

Hey, I came across your site by accident but find it really interesting to read. One of my closest friends is Serbian so I had to read this and wanted to tease her about it later. But to be honest, your description seems spot on, it’s like you’re describing my friend – dark, pretty, kind, and traditionally minded. Oh, and she’s getting married to a Russian guy. Now I’m really curious what you think of women from India (my home country). Best of luck on the rest of your travels 🙂

ps. I live in the States and find American women quite irritating too!

Jason Kone November 29, 2014 - 1:01 am

Indian women outside of India (UK/US/etc) are more American than American women when it comes to career and the importance of money but still extremely traditional when it comes to marriage/dating/sex. There are exceptions, but having grown up with large amounts of 1st gen Indians it was a very interesting melting of cultures. As for women in India I have no clue.

Anonymous July 29, 2013 - 4:53 am

I prefer pale skin over tanned, because tanned girls start to wrinkle faster and their skin doesn’t look as smooth as they get older. But thats my own observation. I think iv le just seen a lot of beautiful pale girls like snow white. I like blondes too, but I prefer natural blondes over bleached ones. I dont really care about hair colour much though, whatever suits the girl! Oh and btw while Serbs can often be tall and dark, a lot of them are also look very light like Russians. Either way they’re beautiful and I love the Mila Jovovich lool. Brazilians are not bad either, but what most people don’t know is that Brazil has a big obesity problem now and apart from all the plastic surgery, Brazilians tend to be on the shorter side so don’t expect to see lots of Adriana Limas lol.

Jason Kone November 29, 2014 - 12:59 am

Yeah, I was really into genetics before I decided to go the clinical route with my doc, and I remember reading that there are a lot of physical characteristic that are “genetically” more attractive like height, facial symmetry/distances, certain signs of strong immunity, etc but others like skin/hair/eye color are a function of culture and have no genetic basis, they’re just preference. For example, as far as Pakistan/India/South & East Asia (i.e. the majority of the world) is concerned the closer to white the better, while a lot of us Euro & North/South Americans (although I’ve noticed it’s split in South/Central America) prefer tans. Ironically, there is a threshold of skin darkness, beyond which very few cultures find attractive, which I found interesting, since very dark skin (let’s say Nigerian for example) has the strongest evolutionary advantages (low cancer rate, harder to puncture, etc). No real point here, just interesting.

Oh! and funny enough what I did end up studying was diabetes/metabolism/obesity and you’re spot on with Brazil. The US often has a reputation as being the “fattest country” but oddly enough this is very “split up” by race. African Americans and Hispanics are majorly tipping the curves in the US, if you look at the Northeastern states which are mostly white and Hawaii which is mostly Japanese/Chinese the obesity rate is lower than half of Europe, but the states that are majority African American (former slave descendants, and I could write you a whole chapter as to why that is, long-story short it’s largely bc of the type of people who could survive the incredibly long and tough boat ride from Africa in the 1700’s/1800’s) have obesity rates that would be the highest in the world if they were countries. Still, there are some European countries with extremely high obesity rates (Croatia, Scotland, England, etc) and large chunks of Latin America will surpass many Western Countries in the not too distant future unfortunately. Oh well, they had a nice run haha!

Kim September 9, 2016 - 7:38 am

Could you say more about this supposed threshold of skin darkness that is apparently so unattractive to so many? It sounds far fetched.
Also, what made you cite Nigerians as being an example of “very dark” skin? Have you been to this country,and do you know many Nigerians of different ethnicities? If you have, you would not say this. Plus, who are you comparing them to? Nigerians are made up of various ethnic groups, who vary in skin tone considerably.

sonja August 9, 2013 - 2:18 pm

nice article!
(I would say it’s rather mediterranian look, not ‘ influence by Turks’
those slavs who mixed up with turks (croats or serbs) are mostly those who changed the religion and now are called bosniaks, not serbs)

What I like: that they love to be pretty!
DIOR said:
there are no ugly women, only lazy ones 🙂

Steve September 29, 2013 - 7:22 am

No its the other way around, those Serbs & Croats who accepted Islam & are referred to as Bosniaks today, were not touched by the Ottoman Turks, as a religious customary rule.

It was only the Serb & Croat women who refused to accept Islam who were raped & persecuted by the Ottoman Turks.

You would be hard pressed to find many dark Bosniaks today. You have better luck finding dark christian Serbs & Croats

Nina November 23, 2014 - 6:08 am

Eat shit, serbs have more turkish blood than croatians and bosnians because you live on the south East Part of balkan. Im bosniak and i have blue eyes and blonde hair!!

Jason Kone November 29, 2014 - 12:49 am

I’m bosniak and I look Nigerian!! 😉 jk

Ruby Tuesday December 26, 2016 - 3:21 pm

you don’t have any clue…read the biologist and other scientists and newest researches…actually we have much more in common with celts and slavs than with anyone else…also read history …for how long celts were here…of you can read at all…

Lana July 18, 2017 - 2:29 am

Oh do you? Go lick a Nazi ass like you cowards did in World war 2.

Jimmy March 20, 2016 - 12:43 pm

It has a lot to do with mixing in times of Roman Empire, too, with some of “disappeared” groups — like Avars, Celts, Ilyrians, Dacians, etc.

Yes Celts are still with us, but not in region.

Natasha August 19, 2016 - 11:08 am

Yes. When researching haplogroups on eupedia , several years ago I realized it is a fact: darker tones on Serbia, Bosnia and Croatia are due to genes of old inhabitans of Balkan. Also it explains why being a dark man was often synonym to being handsome in Serbian pre-ottoman poems and legends. Slavs were blond and ginger but older ancestors who lived in Balkans and with whom part of Svavs who came to the peninsula mixed- were dark haired and brown eyed.

Emina May 28, 2017 - 6:42 pm

Bosniaks are lighter then Serbs. If u go to Bosnia u will see that 80% people are are very light blonde with light eyes. On the other side Serbs are darker and look more like Turks. So…

Farzino September 8, 2013 - 1:57 am

Just got back from Belgrade and had an amazing time. Have lived in the states for 34 years and I too agree with you about American woman- sense of entitlement and bitchy is what characterizes many (and most of the attractive ones). Would rather talk to a European girl over an American girl any day.

Andjeka September 26, 2013 - 10:05 pm

Well, I’m Serbian. I think my country very rich in spirit, love, preserved nature, it’s nice to be a part of this country. As long as we have smiles on our faces, we can not be poor, it is too beautiful to be poor … 🙂

rachel October 23, 2013 - 6:46 pm

exactly 🙂

Andjela September 26, 2013 - 10:06 pm

Well, I’m Serbian. I think my country very rich in spirit, love, preserved nature, it’s nice to be a part of this country. As long as we have smiles on our faces, we can not be poor, it is too beautiful to be poor …

Alcar October 2, 2013 - 6:30 pm

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA stop humiliating yourself, bro. You are too egomanic narcissists to even realize that you are poor at every aspect and completely jealous of Germany. You just jump out at 990AD before you didn’t exist as an ethnic group because it was just Slavs. Germans existed back then because they appeared in 100BC and beyond. You are too ignorant to have an opinion.

Teodora October 9, 2013 - 3:55 pm

Prevedi ovo, dok su Srbi jeli zlatnim kasikama na dvoru, Nemci su bili zivotinje koji su jeli rukama!

Yves August 28, 2016 - 7:46 am

Are any of us responsible for what happened in the past? A country’s current people are what make it great. 🙂

Ruby Tuesday December 26, 2016 - 3:28 pm

If you can read at all, than read a Harvard’s study about it. Also check the swiss scientists research about Serbian geneaology and celts influence on it..the last studies go til 30 %…”Serbian gene is 12,000 years old and comes from the son of Noah, argued in his scientific work, Russian biologist Anatolii Alekseevich Klesov..
Scientific work of Anatolii Alekseevich Klesov , Professor of biology at ” Harvard ” of Russian origin , with analysis of genes shows that Serbs are ancestors of today’s Slavs and many other nations in Europe , whose gene is 12,000 years old .
According to the theory of Klesov , who heads the scientific consultative administration of Genealogical International Bureau , the Russians are descendants of those who were living in the Balkans , today’s Serbia , Bosnia , Montenegro and Macedonia .
Serbian genes ( R1A1 ) are 12,000 years old as opposed to others that are old four to seven thousand years . All A – nations ( except two) in Europe have over 40 % Serb gene, the scientist claims .”

Alcar October 2, 2013 - 6:36 pm

Rich in spirit? What’s that mean? Willpower? You must check what Germanic countries did for the planet Earth then talk about willpower. HAHAHAHAHAHAHA dude you make me laugh.

Except WW2, look further into the past and you will see infinity number of scientists and philosophers jump in front of your poor eyes, clueless kid. You don’t have to be proud of Serbia because it’s a unimportant aspect. You can’t be pride of that nation, you Serbs don’t deserve all that false pride. It’s useless. Don’t think still that you are the centre of the world and better than Germany because facts prove otherwise, that you are too low. Sorry, bro that’s the truth.

Ognjen December 25, 2013 - 2:33 am

First of all you dont know what you are talking about we have a lot to be proud about Nikola Tesla for example and when u say about Germany no you clueless buffoon you should pick a book or do some research and visigoths and goths and other shit and plz let us not talk about this coz you just seem like a internet troll and fool if u want i can give you my email and give you a lecture about history of Europe,now just go crawl under the stone you came from or hide in your cave and dont ever say what Germany gave to the world because even if you found cure for cancer that would take time to take all the bad things you did in WW2 ….

disqus_YxORfr0h8b December 21, 2014 - 12:15 am

And German Nazis who murdered millions of Serbians, Polish, Jews and Roma Gypsies in World War 2 should feel proud of themselves should they?….Serbians are not low, not compared to German Nazis, at least our country didnt have Hitler ruling it and his evil SS henchman who were most probably jealous of Jews,serbs, polish people, roma gypsies…so jealous that they deciding to massacre them in their millions….. low country, if anyone is from a low country it would be the Nazi Germans!

Amy July 18, 2017 - 11:04 am

Your post reminded me of what the Nazi collaborators in the Baltic countries were like;They were more barbaric and cruel to “nondesirables” (Jews, Serbs, Gypsies, political enemies etc.) than most Nazis actually were. The acts that they did I did not think could be more disturbing than human experiments (well that actually probably was the worst), the gas chambers, or shooting people. As the granddaughter of Holocaust survivors in Germany and Austria, it interests me why there’s today more of an Anti German mentality than with other countries that were even more cruel and racist than Germany (Poland, Austria, Serbia, and Latvia come to mind). =(

Lana July 19, 2017 - 6:07 am

I am not anti German. As I have much German blood, as well as Serbian.I do not equate being a Nazi with being German. I was responding to a person who of Croatian descent was putting down the Serbian people during WW2. Serb,s were not with the Nazi’s you have that incorrect.Tjey fought against them. It was the Croations,Polish,Ukrainians that participated in their attrocitys as cowards. That was the reason for my comment. I am sorry that your family went through such horror.
God Speed.

Sasha loves eggs June 18, 2015 - 8:09 am

Jelaous of what? Please! Serbia is one of the most beautiful countries in Europe,and Serbians are proud of it. Not just that,we are proud of Nikola Tesla. I think you are too dumb to know what he did for whole world,and Germany too. Take your jelaosy elsewhere. ♥ Love you too 🙂

Jennifer August 12, 2016 - 1:41 pm

Alcar, what a pretty name, reminds me of the name Clara. Your words are filled with hatred and anger. At the se token, you sound more like my little sister so stop your whining!!!

Nikola August 17, 2016 - 10:32 am

While the Germanic tribes were fighting over cow shit and eating with their filthy hands Serbs were eating with Forks and Knives. Also you ignorant Nazi fuck, the Vinca empire (SITUATED AT THE HEART OF THE BALKANS, SERBIA) has now been named the Cradle of Civilization removing Mesopotamia from that list. They don’t teach you Hitler youths too well up there in the black forest.

Danijela August 2, 2017 - 4:48 pm

If you do not know what ” reach in spirit” means, how could you talk of ignorance? And there is a quote on ignorance and infinity of the space by Einstein that your comment proves…I understand that you had no luck with a Serbian women , and I can see why, but it is not because you are German, there are some great people who are German origin, but have respect to our culture- everyone who is open minded and kind will be equally treated in Serbia, but who wants to humiliate us or our guests, he will not have good time here…

Lose teaupa October 3, 2013 - 11:14 am

My name is marijana ivana pupovac im 22 and live in dad is serb and mum is half croation half cars are turbo and of course i drive manual by da way i have a wrx car and a supra.sooo sexy guyz talk to me

Lose teaupa October 3, 2013 - 11:16 am

Forgot to mension im a model in croatia

Lose teaupa October 3, 2013 - 11:23 am

Look im marijana ivana pupovac my mum is half leb half serb and dad is full croation i live in aussie and i love germany by da way im an model and drives turbo car wrx and supra

Lianna November 3, 2013 - 3:27 pm

That is wrong to say Serbs are dark olive skinned. Some might be but most of those would be Gypsies (Rom) or Vlachs. Serbian people vary from an average ruddy color to a very pale color. Please get your facts straight before spreading lies like you are doing in this blog of yours.

Ana November 15, 2014 - 2:23 pm

I fully agree with Lianna!

Sugarsail1 January 21, 2015 - 9:18 pm

probably works in the tourist business…I was sure ready to buy a ticket as soon as soon as I saw those women.

CB November 22, 2013 - 3:08 pm

I’m dating a Serbian girl. The best woman I’ve ever been with..My God those eyes…..among other things!

Mpho August 19, 2016 - 2:17 pm

I just saw a Serbian woman on campus, and I immediately fell in love with her. She doesn’t know it yet but I wanna marry her.

Yves August 28, 2016 - 7:40 am

Maybe you should get to know her? No one is perfect 🙂

Bjorne November 5, 2014 - 7:10 am

Hey alcar ,you Germans are funny always trying to be Scandinavia

Ana November 15, 2014 - 2:21 pm

Omg this article is silly, it’s not true at all that Serbs are dark olive skinned. Almost everything about this text is funny to me.. lol

guy December 2, 2014 - 6:02 am

Serbs have always been black haired, even before the Turks-thats how we described heroes in our epic poems, that was the noble ideal of Serbian people. Tall dark and strong. The blonde people were not very desirable. “Kada vide crne oci Marku pod Bogdanom noge obumrese” “Kosa joj je krilo gavranovo obrvice s mora pijavice, a oci su dvije trnjinice” ” Crna oka cela siroka mrka brka od uha do uha”. One correction – we were not ocupied by Turks for 500 years we were ocupied during the period of 340 years.

kelly January 7, 2015 - 9:44 pm

when I hear Serbiya Iautomatically thinkof Ana Ivanovic she’s a stunning beauty

lord January 9, 2015 - 4:48 am

Hi, I need some advice on Serbian girls. I met with a Serbian girl on internet (vk) before going to Belgrade and met her there. We drank, listened to music, made really good conversations, kissed and really had fun. I did not push up for more because I really liked her. It also looks like she liked me too. She told me that she had wonderful memories, had very good time, felt very comfortable and safe with me, etc. It was a great 3 days and I also told her that I’ll see her again. But after I came back to Turkey, I’m trying to communicate on internet but she’s so cold. Looks like not very interested in talking, etc. I know its not easy to say something with so little information but… Is there anybody who can tell some advice? 🙂

Ivana October 21, 2016 - 4:50 pm

Hello there,

I don’t know if it’s too late to reply but here’s the thing, you have to show her that you really mean coming back to see her.
The thing with us is that we’re family oriented and we’re very passionnate. So she might be cautious, as she really likes you, and since you’re not living in the country, she might , wondering if she’ll ever see you again?if this might go somewhere? We tend to like when things are straight so, if you’re really coming back to see her just be assertive about it and it should get better (if she really likes you as you said).
I hope it wasn’t too late for these tips!

Belo February 9, 2015 - 1:17 pm

I am offended as American born woman with Slavic parents. Know that not most American women are slutty as you say.. We are all different just like Balkans Slavs Russian Most American (I’m Orthodox Christian) are also very loyal and passionate women. One difference is education and ability to support ones self not to be reliant on but choose to be with a man. Although I am not a feminist and appreciate old customs and Men who are men (protective proud and strong) I think it unfair to cast a net on all or even most American woman. We are usually a mix of background and cultures and appreciate being treated like a woman and act as such. Sounds like you may have been scored by a beautiful American woman 😉

American Gal February 21, 2015 - 11:26 am

Why do feel to stereotype American women? I agree with Belo…most American women are not slutty. I’m not a feminist either but I am educated and I can rely on myself if I choose too. Is that what you consider slutty?

Yves August 28, 2016 - 7:37 am

Yes. He is calling women that don’t want to sleep with him, sluts/feminists and idealizing the others. Pathological.

Josie January 16, 2017 - 10:43 am

I had to lol at this. I’m not even sure exactly how I found this blog. American men seem to love insulting American women. It seems like we are seen as overweight tramps who love foreign accents, but we are also prudes compared to European women. I don’t get it… are we tramps or are we prudes? When I was 21 I went backpacking around Europe and then backpacking around Israel at 25. People were always surprised to see how shy I was. I like meeting people, but I’m quiet, not a drinker, and keep to myself. I think the people I met (just Israelis, Irish, and some Aussies that I met) were expecting a fun, “Girls Gone Wild” type of girl when looking at me.

Loro March 13, 2015 - 9:40 pm

So a Slav thinks Merican women are slurs… I heard it all

Loro March 13, 2015 - 9:41 pm

Sluts *

Јабре March 18, 2015 - 4:16 pm

Darker hair and slightly darker skin than skandinavians is because Slavs mixed with Balkan population that lived there prior under Romans. And Serbs are impossible to tell apart from other central Europeans except that there are more good looking people on average. As far as the Turks go anyone who has seen a real Turk will understand that they have nothing to do with Balkan populations. Muslims aka Bosniaks have complex, they have sold their nationality for dinner to the Turks and called themselves Turks for 500 years, and Turks have not raped women as it was against law and those that did were killed in 99% of the times, and in few cases that there were children concieved that way they were killed rather than raised, but now that Turks have bad reputation they want to distance themselves from them and there are more black haired Muslims than there are Serbs, but there are also more blond ones, Serbs have mostly black or brown hair. Genetic research shows that oldest population in Europe are Skandinavians and Balkan population especially Serbs, Bulgarians, Croatians and some Romanians.

Јабре March 18, 2015 - 4:23 pm

And as far as wealth and safety go, Serbia is in bad economical state after wars and sanctions but still well above Romania and Bulgaria who are in EU and since most people have homes from their parents they can save some money so its not so bad for most people except in desolate areas. And Serbia is safe country you can let your children play outside after the dark without worrying, but since people are proud and offer respect they also expect same from others so don’t provoke people or insult them since it can easy turn into violent fights. Just be normal nice person and you will be fine, and don’t get involved with criminals … common sense.

s May 7, 2015 - 10:28 am

okay i cannot believe anything i read in this article. first of all this is such an objectifying post for women and second of all “feminist cancer” so since when are equal rights a bad thing because i wasnt notifyied

Alexander Seifalian August 14, 2015 - 6:36 am

I love Serbia as well as Serbian people, they are rich in history and people are very friendly.

gaspaco August 19, 2015 - 9:01 am

Ah my friend, I think your preceptions got the better of you.

The Serbian girls do seem like you have to date them for a while, but this is not so, you just need to ignore your perceptions and push forward.

If you meet a serbian girl at a bar, as soon as she is comfortable to be with you, you have to move her to a quiet spot, say the kids playground round the back of the beach bar on a Wednesday in the middle of the nigth (hahah), and slowly but surely you will be enjoying that peach on the slide, on the swings, and finaly on the bench, before taking her back away from the winter cold to her friends, and finding out she has a boyfriend! 😉

Just liek the Nordic girls these girls have a thing for foreign guys, except they put out a diferent aura which tricks most men into thinking they don’t do one night stands.

The best nights to get one night stands would be weekdays as there are less people out and its easier to find privacy, weekends are good too though.

Yves August 28, 2016 - 7:06 am

I think you both are generalizing. How about asking them. Derp!

jb August 25, 2015 - 9:29 pm

“…I would use standard game to transition the conversation and get a number.”

Hilarious! As if it’s a math problem that can always be solved the same way. 🙂

Yves August 28, 2016 - 7:33 am

I think what he was trying to say is women are easily fooled receptacles of male ‘game’ and ‘deep game’ to get them into bed and drop them afterward without committing to their pesky feelings. Because women are naive as a rule and just can’t see guys like this coming…suuuuure.

Maybe we’ll keep pretending you are actually charming us so we can have a one-night stand with a dumb western jock, since we have had too many really smart, tall dark local men and want a ‘flavor of the week’ ourselves.

Mywoolhat October 10, 2015 - 10:47 am

Serbs are a blend of all Europeans. That is why they are handsome people but the Slavic/northern genes show through in many Serbs but there is something else mixed in with that that make them look good. But I would not count the gypsies because well gypsies are gypsies even if they might want to call themselves Serbs.

Yves August 28, 2016 - 7:13 am

You are right! Some alien, non-Romany gene was bestowed from heaven to Serbian women. Thank GOD they aren’t part Romanian because your dick is pristine and you deserve the best.

Anastasya December 13, 2015 - 9:57 pm

Loooooooooooool, I’m serbian and that article is really stupid, everyone knows that slavic girls are most beautiful women in the world, Serbia is not the most rich country but our aesthetics is unique and so attractive, and I’m blonde girl, so dont sterotype with brunnets

toumi mohamed January 14, 2016 - 7:26 am

all serbian are beautiful it s big dream to marry one s

Capper February 10, 2016 - 8:52 pm

Same could have been said for Croatia which is actually on the coast. Croats and Serbs look a lot alike except Croats are more commonly bit lighter.

-I-I April 14, 2016 - 12:34 pm

I just cant look and people over races and borders anymore so just individually… and for all of you people who hate on Serbia its okay ! you are in deep lies so you can just hate and stay blind and talk that Serbia is evil and all that 🙂 maybe if you change mind God will forgive you..we have something you dont have and i know you wish to have all that… there is a big reason they want to remove us and destroy are real history… there have been so many open and secret wars all over the Balcan to destroy us… turning orthodox christians to muslims and catholic christians was one of the ways to destroy us and much much more… You all demons will never admit your sneaky low ways to destroy our people.. and thats the real so ive been all over the Europe and nobody could tell me nothing in face because they are afraid to lie… but internet is a nice way to express your anger because you just dont have a Serbian person in front of you 🙂 Just go out travel and check out Serbia so you will get different opinion… go talk to people and dont be a little blind poor ignorant puppet .. Nothing hard for you rich people if you are so powerful just spend some time and money to travel and meet with Serbian people and stay against those lies ! Thanks to all that know the real truth .. Because truth and cross turn the evil away

james March 22, 2017 - 10:14 am

as an American I want to tell the serbian people I’m sorry for the evil Clinton’s making NATO bomb your country we should have been on your side the Clintons thought by helping the Muslims everything would be fine but most American knew this was wrong and many years later we see how evil and corrupt the Clintons are so again on behalf of the American people I’m sorry to the good people of serbia

TheDON May 16, 2016 - 10:33 pm

Yugoslavian people are just so good looking. I think it’s because the mountain ranges offered protection to many people and the rivers helped them move around. They mingled in that area whoever they may have been!

Masha May 18, 2016 - 6:25 pm

It seem that people in america really think it’s normal describing women as biological species.
As a slavic girl , I am offended.
Slavic women are most passionate, caring, loving , strong in the world.
“very feminine — they ooze femininity. While the rest of the world is being infested with feminist cancer, Serbia—like the rest of Slavic countries—has simply been immune.”
Frankly, in Serbia , women are more feminist by their nature than any western nation. They are strong , protective, ready to stand till end in hard situation. Moreover, many of them are far more intelligent and capable than men .
So , western men , we had enough of broken lifes ( especially russian girls) of those sick dating-marriage apherism during 90s. So please, stop looking at us as on some exotical animals.

Yves August 28, 2016 - 7:19 am

Take heart that this article was written by a man who has problems relating to women on a deeper level (or else he wouldn’t be talking about ‘deep game’ and gathering numbers for status.) I don’t see him being able to stick with an independent woman anyway, so maybe he’ll move on to another country. 🙂

Dimitrije May 27, 2016 - 10:39 am

So incredible how meny whong informations in a such a short text. Too meny. James Maverick, you could just read at least one text of Serbia before you wrote this bullshit. Just one! Even from Wikipedia for example, not more then this.

James Maverick May 27, 2016 - 11:06 am

Well, instead of criticizing me, you could at least share some of your ideas or opinions.

vito August 13, 2016 - 4:47 am

Do the women there all look like Nina Senicar ? Also let me know when your website is up . Thank you

Anelej August 11, 2016 - 5:13 pm

“While the rest of the world is being *infested* with feminist *cancer*, Serbia—like the rest of Slavic countries—has simply been immune.”

– Is you for real?

– Feminism – the advocacy of women’s rights on the ground of the *equality* of the sexes.

Just a plain Google search would have sufficed.

Mara August 13, 2016 - 1:34 pm

Thank God I wasn’t the only one that saw that. I couldn’t read any further!

Hailey August 12, 2016 - 1:56 pm

The biggest slut here is James!!!!

Mara August 13, 2016 - 1:33 pm

As a Serbian woman, I thought it would be fun to read this article. However, I read this part, and couldn’t go further. Feminist cancer? Seriously?
“While the rest of the world is being infested with feminist cancer, Serbia—like the rest of Slavic countries—has simply been immune. Seems like feminism and Slavs are like oil and water: they just don’t mix too well.”

Milica August 13, 2016 - 5:08 pm

What a pathetic article! Offensive on so many levels!

Crish August 29, 2016 - 6:25 am

I want to do with Serbia, Bosnia Herzgovina firms in Plastic raw materials. I will buy above from them.

Linden September 10, 2016 - 12:12 pm

Serbian women have nice faces. Don’t look at the gypsy tzigane artists/models shown all over google.

Huzoor Bux November 23, 2016 - 6:18 am

what are your views about central Asian women more particularly about Turkmen, Tajik, Uzbek and Kyrgiz women…

MJ January 6, 2017 - 11:56 pm

Ah, stunning, long-limbed Stana Katic with eyes like rare gems. If she is the standard Serbian beauty then that must indeed be the most gorgeous group of people on the planet. I’ve never seen a more beautiful woman. And despite the alpha female she played on “Castle,” she is in real life ultra modest and feminine. So far so good…

Neb March 4, 2017 - 8:57 pm

Dear God, friend! So many mistakes and false historical facts.

Yugoslavia was a union, not a nation!

There were 6 republics, not 5, in Yu!

Serbs did not regain their freedom after Ottoman Empire collapsed, rather Serbs defeated Ottoman Empire together with Greeks and somewhat Bulgarians in 108 years long period of wars, upraising, revolts and more wars: 1804 – 1912.

Ottoman Turks were also conquering the Balkans a bit by bit, piece by piece, aquireing all Duchies, one by one, over the period of 1377 – 1450.
It all happened after the Serbian Empire collapsed, with the death of Tzar Dushan 1344, and the Empire was divided between the nobles and warlords.

And yes, the women are beautiful!

Cheers! 😀

George April 21, 2017 - 8:43 am

I think people shouldn write about stuff they know nothing about and your assumption about a “mix of Slavic and Turkish” shows how ignorant you are. Darker hair that some South Slavs, including Serbs, have in a certain degree comes with mixing with Old Balkan population. Italians, Greeks, Thracians, Dacians, Illyrians, Celts… There have been genetic studies that proove this and if you wanna sound smart and make conclusions about genetics of certain peoole it would be a good idea to do a little research first.

And also. The Ootoman Empire never colapsed as you wrote. They were kicked out after 350 (not 500) years and later destroyed in WW1. Seriously this articke is a pile of steaming horse s**t. I’m not even gonna bother with reading the rest. A huge thumbs down.

George April 21, 2017 - 8:47 am

And Btw where did your dark skun come from since compared to you most Serbians look like Norwegians? Douchebag.

Бат Кольо Български June 24, 2017 - 3:19 am

Probably from his Purto Rican/Jewish half black mother.:))

Бат Кольо Български June 24, 2017 - 3:02 am

You f**g cu*t,you speak the same sh*t about all other women in region.The reason Balkan women are Mediteranean looking is because they are Mediteranean+Slavic.That is because of a mixture between the Slavic tribes with the local Ilyro-Thraco-Dacian tribes living in the area long before a cut d*ck,bowed leg smelly Turk ever exsited on the map of the world.But your ignorance is beyond imagination and your Judo-Mason brain cannot percept it….Ебал съм ти майката;Ебем ти пичку материну etc.!!!

Wow November 10, 2017 - 2:16 pm

I loved reading an article on Serbian women through the lens of a straight/white/privileged and obviously conservative man! Honestly, you made a couple of very offensive comments about feminism and women from the U.S., which did not allow me to take this article seriously AT ALL. Additionally, considering that you can’t make blanket statements about an entire culture after only having spent one week there, this article clearly should not be taken at all seriously. Ridiculous. Also, get with the program and educate yourself about what feminism means, because you obviously have a skewed view on what the movement is all about.

Ksusha February 19, 2018 - 4:10 pm

Why do American guys have such a fetish for Slavic women? Youre the typical American guy with a fetish for Slavic women and I know youre not “native Russian” because no Russian ppl use the fucking name James

Chad June 20, 2019 - 8:46 pm

This whole site is for some beta cucks that are too insecure to approach women in real life. Do yourself a favor and stop listening to this dip shit, gain some confidence and go out into the world for yourself instead of living vicariously through a blog by a person who is so very obviously exaggerating/lying in the hopes of you selling you on his “Program”

Fucking sad.

Michael Cedeno September 28, 2019 - 9:37 am

Thank you very much. I should do comments on the other people that message on their countries as well. Much appreciated.

Michael Cedeno September 28, 2019 - 10:00 am

1 more comment. Haha…I realize until after my comment that I began reading the other comments. I only read a few comments, but I was glad to read ’em. Firstly, it is so true, man has to approach women the old fashion way, and not rely on a blog. I do feel, it is important for me to understand another culture. In other words, do some research before doing things the old fashion way, or, do some research before traveling to an unknown part of the world. In terms of my life, lol, I do approach women the old fashion way. However, like I mentioned, I think it is important to have some knowledge of an environment before approaching.
The critique about American culture is accurate. Meaning, there’s a stereotype that exists all around the world about American women. The stereotype is not really true. But, it is very interesting that, for some reason, American women and men have a “slaughty” stereotype. Maybe it is because of American Hollywood movies? However, the truth is, American women have a lot of Eastern/South European in them. That means, a lot of times, you need to develop a relationship, at least a dating relationship, in order to be very intimate with the American woman. American woman will usually not be intimate only from physical attraction. With the American woman, it is about emotional chemistry, and mental chemistry. The stereotype about the American man…hm…to me, it comes down to the culture and race of the American man. That means, if he’s Jewish American white or Irish American white, he will not approach a stranger woman, but if he is American Italian white he might approach a stranger woman. Or, it is more probable for a darker skin American man to approach a stranger woman than a lighter skin American man. However, the darker skin American man will still feel a little afraid to approach a woman he does not know. In American, American men, it really does depend on the racial, ethnic, religious, and economic background!
And finally, the blogger can’t be lying completely. I’m sure there’s some truth to the blog. Ultimately, I will only know for myself, when I travel. Hahaha. Good evening to you all from Eastern/South Europe!!!

Joanna September 30, 2019 - 12:26 am

There were dark people in Europe and the Balkans long, long before the Ottomans came.
The ancient Greeks were all dark-haired and dark-eyed.
You can see on surviving authentic Greek art and urns that the men almost always had black, usually curly, hair.
The Greek women had either black or brown hair, and they had dark eyes. Their skin doesn’t look so dark, but is darker than northern Europeans.

There were also the ETRUSCANS who were in Italy and also along the coasts of the Balkans for trade and trading ports.
I really think those along the coastal areas of the former Yugoslavia: Montenegro, Dalmatia, Southern Croatia, parts of western BiH have Etruscan genes.

Many people from Dalmatia are dark – the Croats from there are darker than other Croats, and Serbs with Dalmatian heritage (and there were once a lot of Serbs in Dalmatia – even the Franks around the 9th or 10th century said there were many Serbs in Dalmatia. Then later the Byzantines said Serbs were the most numerous in Southern Dalmatia.

So dark hair does not mean Turkish heritage.
DNA and genetic studies have shown Serbs in fact do not have Turkish heritage. This surprised people because they had been assuming rapes – and then assuming the rapes meant that children were born and lived to adulthood. But “rape babies” or suspected “rape babies” were known to be killed (thrown in rivers, for example) by Balkan women. There are said to even be some old folk songs from Macedonia/Serbia/Bulgaria referring to this.


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