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Feminine Symbol of the USSR

Posted on September 15, 2007 by


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We’ve already told about Soviet contraceptive devices. Now we can say, that there was indeed something that could be called a real feminine symbol of the USSR. Those images of a woman with a paddle in one hand were standing in many cities and towns throughout the whole Soviet Union.

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30 Responses to “Feminine Symbol of the USSR”

  1. Rico says:

    First ever getting to make the first comment here, lol.

    What IS the woman with the paddle about anyway???

  2. sputnishka says:

    It’s an oar she’s holding. I guess it’s an athletic statue.

  3. Al says:

    Hmmmm What does that statue have to do with birthcontrol? I think the author has poor taste in the female form. Of course the author could prefer a concentration camp chic bag of bones but then that’s all the rage nowadays whereas then I doubt it was.

  4. Justin says:

    The one in the first picture looks very dominating.. Just imagine what she could do with that oar ;)

  5. Feelov says:

    жЭнщЫна с вЫслом!

  6. zafarad says:

    Hahaha..ha

  7. Texas1 says:

    Who keeps using name and posting homosexual garbage out me?

  8. Texas1 says:

    This is another Texas1 impostor. Stop this immediately!

  9. Texas1 says:

    Stop using my name!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I AM A CHRISTIAN NOT A HOMOSEXUAL!!!!!!!!!!!!

  10. Gordsky says:

    You are all wrong. She has not to do with sex but with soup. In Amerika glorious capitalist system gives great muchness of soup and need strong woman with long paddle to stir it so does not clot in big pot like in bottom picture. Also Amerikans afraid of large woman like this so do not need “product #2″ so much.

    • Johnny says:

      Actually, I love women like that! brings a tear to my eye just thinking about it! I would like to know, really, what IS the meaning behind the statues?

  11. Johnny says:

    Is she gonna whoop me? Is she gonna row my boat? does she have something cookin in her oven? I’d love to taste her bread loaves….

  12. asdd says:

    Respect, I love Russia for sure!

  13. panda says:

    no booobs?
    /sadpanda

  14. Amy Shipp says:

    There are different opinions on this. I enjoyed your viewpoint.

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