NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA

Last Friday Russian courts sentenced three members of punk protest outfit Pussy Riot to two years in prison for performing an anti-President Putin song in a church. While many artists and politicians blasted the decision, not many people know a lot about the women who have become the face of prosecuted free speech in Russia.

Well, the Internet has just provided us with more than we ever needed to know—or see—of one member of Pussy Riot. 

Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, one of the three women found guilty, attracted special attention from the beginning. A philosophy student and mother by age 18, Tolokonnikova was—according to the Guardian—made out to be the "evil genius behind Pussy Riot" by the prosecution during their trial.

They noted that performing the "punk prayer" against Putin wasn't Tolokonnikova's first time creating a public spectacle to protest presidential politics. In February of 2008, she participated in an event called "F—k for the heir Puppy Bear!" which slammed Dmitry Medvedev, who was running for president at the time with Putin's support (he won and was succeeded by Putin in May 2012).

As you might have guessed with a title like "F—k for the heir Puppy Bear!" this wasn't your typical protest. Actually, this particular instance of civil disobedience found members of another Russian punk group called Voina (of which Tolokonnikova was a member) undressing in Moscow's Biological Museum and tearing into a graphic, public orgy.

The Internet's ravenous appetite for naked pictures of everyone has now yielded photographic evidence of Tolokonnikova's involvement in this museum orgy (what, you haven't made it in a museum before?). Compounding the weirdness is the fact that Tolokonnikova was very pregnant at the time—it seems she gave birth four days after jumping on the protest-orgy train.

So…. yeah. These pics are obviously very NSFW and you should only click at your own risk. But if you're compelled to check them out, Hipster Runoff has them (along with an "Eiffel tower in Russia?" joke) over here.

BTW, if you're interested in actually, you know, HEARING Pussy Riot's music, Washington Post has rounded up their limited catalog.