A 30-year-old Russian woman named Yulia, sporting a bright yellow Brazilian soccer shirt, joked about the possible benefits to Russia of such cross-cultural alliances.
"These men are definitely popular here — maybe in 18 years we'll even have decent national football team!
Gribatskaya traces the attitudes about women to the role of the Russian Orthodox Church in Russian society and the "traditional values" that have become government policy under President Vladimir Putin.
Last year, Putin signed a law that decriminalized some forms of domestic violence.
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It recently suggested a few remedies, including making sure that fewer attractive women at soccer stadiums are shown on TV broadcasts of the matches.If there aren't any vacancies advertised at the moment that are right for you, why not set up an account and sign up for job alerts by clicking here.You can also set up your candidate profile under the “My Details” section to tell us more about yourself.After the publication of Besedin's column, the staff at Russia's Cosmopolitan Magazine started a petition calling for its removal from the newspaper's website. "We were outraged by the fact that they decided they can actually control our sex life — who we kiss or go on dates with," said Gribatskaya, who led the drive.Although some women have achieved powerful positions in Russia — including the widely respected central bank chief Elvira Nabiullina — their proportions at the top are much lower than in the West.