In an interview with Oscar-winning director Oliver Stone for an upcoming documentary, Russian president made a rather sexist comment saying women are held back by their biology.
While discussing his stamina and and stability, he told Stone that as the president he does not have an off day because of the fact that he's a man.
''I am not a woman, so I don't have bad days. I am not trying to insult anyone. That's just the nature of things. There are certain natural cycles'', he boasted.
Well, this is not the first time he has projected his masculinity and made misogynistic remarks. A few years back, he was criticized for calling Hillary Clinton as 'weak' in some sarcastic comments about women.
Needless, to say, this time as well, he was bashed and trolled by people on Twitter
Men with small penises and a healthy fear of women say things like this to cover their fear.— ❄Debra❄ (@IntrovertDeb) June 7, 2017
And I'm not a man, so I'm not led around by a penis that makes irrational macho idiotic decisions.— Mary Engel (@FaithRiver) June 7, 2017
No, he doesn't have bad days because he's a soulless despotic psychopath incapable of normal human emotions.— Illusion of Choice (@not_deluded) June 7, 2017
In other news many women report not having bad days because they aren't Vladimir Putin. https://t.co/EbSe7xxfcM— Andrew Feinberg (@agfhome) June 7, 2017
There were many who compared him to his American counterpart, Donald Trump, who is also known for his sexist statements
Sounds like something Trump would say— Todd Williams (@tr_williams) June 7, 2017
It's crazy how the moody/hysterical stereotype is associated with women despite how many unhinged men are out there. Trump, Gianforte, etc.— Sharrell (@sharrell86) June 6, 2017
He's kind of right, he's homicidal 24/7... and most women only feel like that a few days a month. Different kind of "bad days." pic.twitter.com/gRYideWpK9— ❄🗽Lara🗽❄ (@Femmevixen) June 7, 2017