Galina Arapova told Glasnaya why pretty much the only organization that professionally asserts the journalists’ rights to the freedom of speech works from Voronezh. She also reflected on whether you can keep your sanity living with the ‘foreign agent’ label.
In 2010 Sofia Pugachyova moved from St. Petersburg to a remote village near Pskov. A few years later, she ran for an election from the Yabloko party and was elected as the head of the district government. It is the first time the district is headed by an opposition party representative.
Masha told Glasnaya about how the father she used to adore turned into a monster and why the adults never suspected anything.
These days, women from Central Asia are leaving their countries to work in Russia. There are many problems they have to face including "temporary" husbands, unintended pregnancies, and, as a result, unwanted children.
Alex is 18, she loves hanging out with her friends, horse riding, camping, and her mom. Her mom’s name is Mariko, she is 39, and she is in a polyamorous relationship with her girlfriend. The interview for Glasnaya was the first time for Alex and Mariko to publicly speak about their life and sexuality.
Having spent 2 years under house arrest, a Rostov-on-Don activist Anastasia Shevchenko got a suspended sentence for association with “undesirable organizations.” She became the first person to have been convicted under the new article of the Penal Code.
According to surveys, 27% of Russian men are prepared to take parental leave. However, only 2% of all parents who took parental leave were men.