1980s metal pin commonly worn on March 8 (8 Марта), International Women's Day, in the Soviet era.
In Soviet Russia, Valentine's Day and Mother's Day are celebrated on Women's Day to avoid "unhealthy foreign phenomenon". On the day, women receive flowers, cards and other gifts. They also celebrate the event among family or friends with a festive meal and drinks.
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The governor of Russia's Belgorod province banned Valentine's Day in 2011 to preserve “spiritual security”.