Russian female activists protest corruption by stripping for calendar

April 9th, 2011 - 6:34 pm ICT by ANI  

London, Apr 9 (ANI): Female activists in Russia protested Government corruption by stripping and posing in sexy lingerie for an erotic calendar.

Youth movement Nashi published the photos and said it planned to distribute them at a protest.

The calendar shows 12 scantily clad young women in a series of poses to illustrate their “sex against corruption” message.

One woman poses in a white corset and bridal veil and raises her ring finger, with the slogan: “I won’t marry a corrupt official”.

Another woman in a leopard-print bra and pants holds a quill pen and an envelope, with the slogan: “Brown envelopes are only for letters”.

A model dressed as a schoolteacher wears glasses and wields a ruler, saying: “I will teach you to live without bribes”.

“It will not go on sale. It’s not a commercial project,” the Sun quoted Nashi spokeswoman Kristina Potupchik as saying of the calendar.

Nashi plans to hold a ‘White Aprons’ protest in which activists will wear aprons - meant to symbolise cleaning up corruption.

Potupchik added that she would be happy to introduce readers of the Nashi website to the models at the protest. (ANI)

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