Published: Thu, June 08, 2017
World Media | By Shelia Harmon

Putin has some very interesting ideas about gay men, women's emotions

Putin has some very interesting ideas about gay men, women's emotions

"We are interested in seeing how Oliver Stone organized the material", Peskov was quoted as saying by the Russian online news magazine Life on Wednesday, adding that Stone is "talented and unpredictable when it comes to creative expression".

"You care day and night for your children, grandchildren, and your family", he wrote in a tribute to women everywhere on International Women's Day. "I am not trying to insult anyone". "That's just the nature of things". "There are certain natural cycles which men probably have as well, just less manifested".

'The United States, everywhere, all over the world, actively interferes with electoral campaigns of other countries, ' Putin said.

Putin denies the existence of a campaign against homosexuality.

The man repeatedly called Russia's most eligible bachelor later parries questions about one of his third presidential term's most controversial laws-the so-called gay propaganda law.

Former Vice President Joe Biden previously insisted that Donald Trump's administration delve into the Chechnya matter - over a moral obligation to protect human rights.

"I'm not a journalist", Stone said. He's a leader. He thinks things through and he's made his point.

Except that's President Vladimir Putin behind the wheel as filmmaker Oliver Stone quizzes him on the fugitive Edward Snowden in a scene from his new documentary on the Russian leader.

During the meeting, Putin, 64, flexed his muscles and played ice hockey.

'Presidents come and go, and even the parties in power change, but the main political direction does not change, ' Putin said.

"I pushed him where I felt he should be pushed", Stone said. "We have nothing to do with that [the Comey termination]".

Airing consecutively next week in what feels like the tail end of Putin's current media lack-of-charm offensive, the Stone-directed and -hosted extravaganza certainly lacks the deft touch of a Werner Herzog documentary.

"It's better not to argue with women", he said".

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