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Group sex is better than one-on-one sex: Putin

During his first interview, since inaugurated as president, Putin said, “Some fans of group sex say that it’s better than one-on-one because, as with any collective work, you can skive off,” he said.


Taking to the skies: Russian President Vladimir Putin pilots a motorised hang glider. Pic/AFP

The comment came after the Russian leader had spoken about an orgy that was staged in Moscow’s state biology museum in 2008 which involved Nadezhda Tolokonnikova one of three feminist activists of the Pussy Riot group who were jailed for two years for hooliganism last month after a politically charged trial.

Putin said he would not express his opinion on the harshness of the sentence against the three women. However, he went on to describe the orgy organised by the Voina (War) art collective, which the group said at the time was a protest at the anointment of Dmitry Medvedev as Putin’s one-term successor in the Kremlin.

“They performed group sex in a public place,” said the president. “It was, as they say, their affair; people have the right to do what they like as long as it doesn’t break the law, but [doing it] in public, then the authorities should have paid attention to that.”

The Russian President has a habit of following up sober remarks with a salty quip, and he went on to make the observation about group sex.  

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