Dressed in black, Vladimir Rakovsky glides around because of the atmosphere of the guru — albeit a self-appointed one — while he holds forth before a team of admiring students in the virtues of womanly wiles.
This softly lighted room on the 2nd flooring of a Moscow movie theater can be as appropriate a location as any to stage a master course for females on how to act — literally — to have guys, and what they need from men.
This, in accordance with the true title of Rakovsky’s course, is called stervologiya, or even the art to be a sterva, which in Russian means, literally, “bitch. ”
But wait: It is not a thing that is bad. At the least it’s this that he claims, and also this is exactly what the ratings of young Russian women who have paid almost $200 to be controlled by him during their six-week program must think. more “In Russia, females learn the art of manipulation”