The Empire of Pavlov is a social and cultural project which seeks to model the society, customs, and traditions of the medieval Slavic principalities and the Roman Empire in a contemporary framing. The standards of what is and isn't acceptable were drastically different in the era that Pavlov is modeled after, and many of today's social concepts didn't exist at all. Therefore, while much of the Pavlovian legislation, and of this website, might appear disturbing for an unprepared reader, it should be viewed in the context of emulating the medieval society and how it could have been shaped had it survived till today, rather than as an accurate representation of the political and/or religious views of the people associated with Pavlov — just like someone playing a shooter should be considered a gamer and not a serial killer.
The Empire of Pavlov doesn't condone white supremacy, terrorism, religious extremism, persecution of minorities, and obtaining Pavlovian subjectship is conditional on the applicant demonstrating their understanding that Pavlov emulates medieval laws and traditions within a voluntary association, and doesn't push for a political change, nor for an implementation of said laws on an international, national, regional or local level. Subjects of the Empire of Pavlov include people of different ethnic, cultural, religious, and other backgrounds, as well as representatives of the LGBTQ community.
In the event where you have serious doubts about some content on this website, or find something particularly upsetting, we encourage you to contact the Empire of Pavlov and request a clarification.