Oksana Postinfot: Vladimir Fedorenko / RIA Novosti
State Duma Deputy Oksana Pushkina stood up for the show “Cheeky”, which was accused of promoting LGBT and feminism. In his Telegram channel, the MP called the author of the complaint of the Commissioner for the protection of the family Olga Baranets an impostor.
According to Pushkina, Baranets – not an Ombudsman and does not apply to members of the Institute of commissioners for human rights in Russia. “The famous “unauthorized”? Advocates for physical punishment of children anti-vaccine, stated that violence in families males are affected more often than women” — wrote the Deputy.
The MP noted that directed to the police and Roskomnadzor statement — “absolutely ignorant, is null and void piece of paper, written by a man who knows no Russian language and Russian of laws and not friends with common sense”. As noted by Pushkin, “the greatest merit of the creators of the series — to start talking about real people and real problems, taking this agenda, impostors and bigots”.
Baranets accused the creators of “propaganda of nontraditional sexual relations and feminism,” drawing attention to the fact that the main heroine of the film work as prostitutes, and the show contains “scenes of physical and psychological violence”. Also the Ombudsman was outraged that “the show paid much attention to the homosexual sexual orientation” of a minor character.
Comedy-drama “Hunky” tells the story of three prostitutes, start a new life and opened the business on the advice of a friend. The first two series were placed on the platform more.tv 4 Jun 2020. The main roles are played by Irina Gorbacheva, Irina Nosova, shmykova Varvara and Alena Mikhailova.
Video, photo All from Russia.