"Publicly dividing women into attractive and unattractive ones is as bad as it can get," Anna Fedorova wrote on Facebook.
"In other words, if you are shown on television sitting in the stands, hooray!
Last year, Mr Putin signed a law that decriminalized some forms of domestic violence.
"I think now a great number of women are thinking 'Who is this all for?
It recently suggested a few remedies, including making sure that fewer attractive women at football stadiums are shown on TV broadcasts of the matches.
One Russian feminist noted that even FIFA's solution is sexist.
"Russian women are bringing shame to themselves and their country." A popular forum on the VKontakte social media service has posted hundreds of videos of Russian women dancing and kissing foreign football fans, prompting vehement condemnations of those alleged to be "ruining the country's gene pool." In the first week of the global football tournament, Russian lawmaker Tamara Pletnyova warned Russian women against becoming romantically involved with foreigners, lest they should end up raising their children alone."They had better make sure other girls aren't scooped up," she said."(Foreigners) have a completely different attitude towards women."These men are definitely popular here — maybe in 18 years we'll even have decent national football team!" she said, adding that she did not want her last name used out of privacy concerns.It ended up being harshly criticised when it offered 3 million rubles (,000) and a lifetime of Whopper burgers to any Russian woman impregnated by a World Cup player.