Iltalehti (Finland): This Russian Village Is Closed To Homosexuals And Women In Trousers

Iltalehti (Finland): This Russian Village Is Closed To Homosexuals And Women In Trousers
Iltalehti (Finland): This Russian Village Is Closed To Homosexuals And Women In Trousers

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You have nothing to do in a free artisan village if you are a homosexual or a woman dressed not in a long skirt, but in some other outfit. British journalist Stacey Dooley also ditched the pants to interview residents of a community founded about ten years ago by Russian German Sterligov.

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This is the BBC documentary Russia's War on Women.

Before the creation of the village of free artisans, Sterligov wanted to become the president of Russia and the mayor of Moscow. He is also known to be against abortion.

According to Sterligov, there can be only one "head" in a family, and that is a man. In general, in his opinion, a man should be on a pedestal.

“Equality is impossible. Only scary and indecent women strive for equality with men. Most feminists are scary. I have not seen a single beautiful feminist,”Sterligov reports.

He quotes the Bible to support his words.

“He who regrets his rod hates his son. People who have a different opinion are servants of Satan and hate God. Women need to be a little afraid of their boss and master,”Sterligov hints at respect for her husband.

He also supports domestic violence.

“If a husband, for example, spanks his wife with a slipper or a belt, and the wife complains about him to the police, such a wife is not needed. This is not a wife, but a vile and disgusting creature."

Sterligov wholeheartedly wishes Stacey Dooley to find a husband for whom the journalist can become a slave.

Sterligov also introduces his wife. Alena Sterligova wrote the book “Beaten by her husband. What I had to go through with German Sterligov,”and she shares her husband's views. German Sterligov does not remember how often he physically punished his wife. But Alena remembers, because she is "an evil creature who remembers everything."

However, the woman does not voice the number of cases of punishment. Sterligov believes that she has already told enough. The wife is obediently silent.

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