Russian Constructivism

Russian Constructivism was a movement that was active from 1913 to the 1940s. It was a movement created by the Russian avant-garde, but quickly spread to the rest of the continent. Constructivist art is committed to complete abstraction with a devotion... [more]


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The fight for Liqueur Equality: Igor Volodin creates Damaskaya vodka, FOR GIRLS!

Stupidly, I've spent the past few years of my life drinking vodka that apparently is MAN vodka. I'm surprised I haven't grown a set of testicles or an Adam's apple yet, to be honest. Thankfully, Igor Volodin has finally created a new vodka FOR WOMEN that, according to Reuters, is meant to be "sipped with salad after a workout in the gym". However, while you may be thanking your lucky stars that FINALLY there is a vodka just for girls, doctors are fearing that this new vagina friendly vodka will create "a fresh wave of female alcoholics" in Russia, a country that is already "suffering one of the world's worst drink problems". Yuri Sorokin, a rehab psychologist, says that 60% of his patients are women and that they even include "the wives of Russian millionaires". *shock* You mean rich wives aren't perfect?!! The adverts for Damskaya, or "Ladies", feature the "elegant, violet-tinted bottle wearing a pleated white skirt which is blown upwards to reveal the label" with the slogan of "Just between us girls..." Doesn't that just make you want to puke? (Even without drinking any?) My problem with this vodka isn't that I'm afraid it will cause women to become alcoholics, but rather, I'm wondering why the hell we need a vodka aimed at women? Women already drink vodka! Of all the sexist problems in the world, "liqueur equality" isn't one we need to be worrying about...