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The women of Montenegro are noticeably different from our compatriots, which manifests itself both in appearance and in character. Below we will talk about this in detail. Women of Montenegro have a bright and attractive appearance. Tall, long-legged, lean, with shiny hair, almond-shaped eyes and delicate features - that's how you can describe most of the girls and women in this country.
The amazing beauty of monocrops is largely due to the fact that since childhood they have paid great attention to appearance. Women in Montenegro regularly do manicure, often visit hairdressing salons, monitor the skin condition, buy expensive perfumes and dress with taste. In everyday life, many girls and women prefer street or sports style.
On holidays and walks Montenegrin dress up in dresses in the floor and put on high heels. Although in the cities some girls allow themselves explicit attire, this does not affect their relationship with the opposite sex. Women in Montenegro are often called extremely hardworking. Sometimes they say that they work harder and harder than lazy Montenegrins. The reason for this is easy to understand, deepening into history: the country has always been dominated by agriculture, and people mostly lived in villages where women had to take on male work.
In ancient times there was a strange custom in Montenegro: if girls were born in the family, the father had the right to change the sex of the next child. The girl was given the boy's name and from an early age was raised as a future man. Such girls were called virgins, they were considered honorable. Now this tradition is no longer practiced, but in the villages women continue to work more men. In cities, duties are generally distributed evenly.
In some families, husbands exploit wives, and they unquestioningly fulfill all the requirements. In Montenegro, ladies rarely occupy leading positions. This is due to their desire to follow the generally accepted way of life. Most of Montenegrin women have a family in the first place.