Not everyone likes the methods of raising Yana Rudkovskaya's children - in a recent interview for the Dozhd TV channel, the star talked about how she teaches her son Sasha to good behavior and useful habits. Here and a belt, and a dark room, and other sophistication - all this, according to Yana, will help raise a "real man" from a son. Ksenia Sobchak met with indignation on the Internet about Yana's words and did not understand why such a thrashing arose? "Their business," says Sobchak. True, soon Ksenia was caught in duplicity by human rights activists.
“Listen to what Yana said - many in sports families do. Athletes are generally brought up with tough methods. And not just athletes. But this is their family. Their business. How can you even discuss this? Who is raising whom? These are family matters. It's ugly to get into this …”- writes Sobchak on his Facebook page. The failed president also has a little son, so the issues of upbringing are very relevant for her.
Although Sobchak had only good thoughts in her mind, the human rights activists did not like the TV presenter's words - they run counter to Sobchak's 123 Steps election campaign, one of the points of which was the need to combat domestic violence. “It is necessary to change the legislation aimed at combating domestic violence, protecting victims, combating domestic violence and preventing it. This includes establishing a procedure for providing services to victims of violence, expediting the consideration of allegations of domestic violence and taking measures to protect victims and witnesses."
The first to be outraged was the social movement “Violence. not". “Specialists and experts of our project took part in a public discussion about the problem of domestic violence at the headquarters of Ksenia Sobchak. We are sincerely concerned about this reaction to what happened."
“Ksenia included gender equality issues, combating domestic violence and even combating discrimination against LGBT people in her electoral program. Many began to support her, and from the wave of misogynistic attacks - to defend her as herself. A popular comment under her sexist video is "no matter who she was, what matters is who she has become." Reading after all this, how she shields her friends who allow themselves violence against a child, and advises not to get involved in "family affairs", it becomes clear that she has not become anyone new, "sums up the feminist Nika Wodwood, who makes illustrations for the project …