Mongol women and dating

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Mongolian women are strikingly beautiful, strong willed, proud and independent.

One legendary Mongolian princess—Khutulun—refused to marry any man who could not beat her in wrestling. As in the days of empire, women do not confine themselves to 'traditional roles'.

Your guide and cook will probably be women and most of the shop assistants too.

Women’s domination of the service industries goes back centuries...

While women maintained Mongolia’s entire subsistence economy, the men focused on hunting, fighting and building an empire.It was a beautiful place: blue skies and rolling green plains as far as the eye could see and, in the middle of it all, his family’s little white ger [Mongolian tent].I was struck by how lovely and close-knit his family were.If their husbands died they became the head of their household—a law which had political consequences...After the death of Genghis Khan, women took up the reigns of power in three-quarters of the Mongol empire.