In 2019 a nine-year-old girl from Grozny underwent an operation of female genital mutilation. Glasnaya publishes a monologue by the girl's mother, who tells a story about how the ignorance of the Middle Ages not just penetrates people's minds, but also corrupts state institutions.
Katya’s dad used to buy her shoes that were two sizes smaller to make her “build up stamina,” throw books at her because she wouldn’t memorize a poem well enough, or hit her for being late for a meeting.
Valeriya Volodina is the first Russian woman to have been awarded compensation by the European Court of Human Rights in a domestic violence case.
Masha told Glasnaya about how the father she used to adore turned into a monster and why the adults never suspected anything.