Russian ladies fight

Duration: 8min 26sec Views: 1962 Submitted: 04.02.2021
Category: Pissing
Mixed martial arts fans have been left outraged after one of the most bizarre fights the sport has ever seen. In what could only be described as one of MMA's biggest mismatches, a 62kg professional female fighter took on a male opponent that weighed almost kg more than her. Russian women's MMA star Darina Mazdyuk looked to be in a world of hurt when she entered the cage against kg YouTuber Grigory Chistyakov - a man nearly four times her weight. Mazdyuk used her speed and hitting power to attack her much bigger opponent but seemed to be in danger when Chistyakov grabbed hold of her near the side of the cage.

Russian domestic violence: Women fight back

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Two years ago, many Russians were shocked when the parliament significantly reduced penalties for domestic violence. Since then, women have been fighting back - demanding new legislation to restrain abusers, demonstrating in support of three sisters who took the law into their own hands, and finding new ways of tackling outdated attitudes on gender. On a blustery, grey afternoon, Margarita Gracheva takes her small sons to the playground. They run ahead then jump on to the swings and shoot down the slide. On the morning of 11 December Margarita's husband, Dmitri, offered to give her a lift to work, but instead he drove in the opposite direction, towards the forest. He parked the car, dragged her from her seat, took an axe from the boot and chopped off both her hands.

Women's Battalion

Women's Battalions Russia were all-female combat units formed after the February Revolution by the Russian Provisional Government , in a last-ditch effort to inspire the mass of war-weary soldiers to continue fighting in World War I. In the spring of , male shock-units were formed from pools of fanatical volunteers and hardened veterans, meant to provide a inspiring image to the common troops as they lead the way in battle. American reporter Bessie Beatty estimated the total number of women serving in these gender-segregated units at 5, in the fall of , but only the 1st Russian Women's Battalion of Death and the Perm Battalion were ever deployed to the front. With no definite consensus among the military administration as to the potential value of female soldiers, and this, coupled with the severe shortages from which the nation was then suffering, meant that the army made only a half-hearted commitment to the project.
A s Nastya waits for her husband Kirill to come home from work, thoughts run through her head. When she calls her father, Kirill grabs the phone and convinces him everything is fine. As lockdowns trapped women at home with abusers, advocates and authorities report that calls for help from abuse victims doubled and tripled.