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Incompetent, vulnerable, cheeky, paranoid, yearning, shy, but also brilliant at self-presentation, and then, embarrassingly open; Olga Beshlei wonders why it is so difficult these days for a likeable and open-minded young woman simply to be happy.

It is not at all difficult for Beshleis’s heroine to find emancipated soulmates in any Western city who have suffered similarly. Except perhaps the panic about trying to hide a huge pink dildo before a house search by the secret service FSB should be considerably less outside Russia.

„Everyone in the FSB will read it and roll over laughing.“ ALEKSANDR LYCHAGIN