Vladimir Putin: I don't have bad days like women do

Speaking to Oscar winning director Oliver Stone as part of a documentary called "the Putin interviews", the Russian President asserted that he has never had a day off because he is a man and hence, does not get bad days like women do, an apparent allusion to menstruation. Stone's conversations air over four hours on Showtime next week.

He also compared Russian Federation to some Islamic states, saying gay people faced the death penalty there.

Russian President Vladimir Putin said that he would do, being on a submarine in the same shower with a gay man.

"I think she was attractive and she asked hardball questions, but she wasn't in position to debate or counter him, because she didn't know a lot of things", he said.

"Well, I prefer not to go to shower with him", Putin allegedly responded. "There are certain natural cycles", Bloomberg quotes Putin as telling Stone. "In a hot war is the USA dominant?"

The highly anticipated four-part documentary, The Putin Interviews, is airing from June 12 to 15.

Putin reportedly laughed while giving his answer.

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Putin and Stone touched on topics from sports to Edward Snowden and Hillary Clinton, according to Variety.

It's not that the Russian president doesn't love and admire women.

Putin, who once banned a Photoshopped image of himself wearing lipstick, was telling Stone how he held the country with aplomb and used the most sexist means to do so. "We were told back then that this was a person who wanted to fight against violations of human rights".

In May, the first details of Oliver Stone's documentary series about Vladimir Putin were made public: the two watched Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove together. Nor did he transfer any information to any other country which would have been pernicious to his own country or to his own people.

The clips released so far from Stone's interviews also see Putin musing on life and philosophy.

Stone asked him about Russia's discriminatory "gay propaganda" law, passed in 2013, which has been the basis for raids and violence against gay people.

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