To write about young Russian women aka girls is a triple suicide mission: categorizing people by age, nationality and sex is not the most rewarding enterprise. Now that we're done with generalizations and stereotypes, let's take a more scientific stance.
However, we cannot ignore the fact that young Russian women do exist and that they're also the object of intense interest around the world. A shift from subjective towards objective or at least to the kind of subjective that's generalized, so it becomes more or less objective.
So let's consider this a kind of anthropological research with a few practical recommendations. It's well known that our environment shapes who we are.
These are all generalizations and most of them apply to the Russian men as well, but the subjective visual experience delivered by Google search results shows that those are somehow more likely to be related to Russian women.
The environment they have to live in is not the most friendly one: it's often aggressive, it wants to use them, it's full of lies and drama.
So they develop some sort of hardness in order to protect themselves.
This hardness in character, in turn, produces even more aggressive behavior towards them, creating a self-reinforcing feedback loop or a vicious cycle, which is very hard to escape.
In order to break free, we need to understand the current situation better, so let's turn to statistics.
Google has a very good tool called "Keyword Planner" to help advertisers bid on the most popular search terms.It shows how many people search for a given search phrase and in which context.What we find out is that on average people search for the "Russian girls" about 1 Mln times a month, peaking in March (spring time, perhaps).We also see that most of the searches occur in the context of "dating" and "sexy".So definitely there's interest either to date them or to have sex with them, or both.Compare this with the Google results for "American girls" or for "French girls": Both are not nearly as popular (French girls surprisingly do very badly on Google's most wanted list).