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Covering a land mass of The country is home to million people and is the most populated region in Europe. Famously a soviet nation until , Russia remains an enigma to most people with only the very adventurous and steadfastly curious journeying here. In this guide, we take a look at how sex is perceived in Russia including the prostitution laws, adult industry statistics and porn viewing trends. Though the political landscape has changed dramatically since he said so, the sentiment for most people remains true.
Russia is a nation that is globally perceived by stereotypes such as corruption, alcoholism, censorship and gravity. Their people are characterised in western media as being serious and blunt or flashy and vulgar. It is a vast nation that spans eleven time zones and two continents.
Russia is influenced by many other nations including Scandinavian borders with Norway and Finland, Asian borders with China, Mongolia and North Korea plus Middle Eastern borders to countries like Azerbaijan and Georgia.
It is incredibly difficult to distil such a huge population of peoples, but we hope that we can dispel a few myths along the way. However, it seems to have been a partial truism that reflected the restricted personal lives of the population during this period. Many would expect that the fall of communism in Russia during the early s would have had one of the most liberating impacts on sex in Russia.
Sex after the fall of the Soviet Union? Nothing to shout about. Image via Wikimedia. Pre-soviet Russians were most certainly enjoying pornography in the form of pirated western films and the commercial visibility and relaxation in censorship post did initially lead to pornography becoming more of a commodity. However, by the mids the sales of porn began to decline; it seems that removing the taboos reduced its appeal. Despite greater influences from the west in terms of popular culture and social norms, sex is still a taboo subject publicly.