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Special report: Gay campaigners prepare for Slavic Pride

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  1. There are a lot of people who don’t fight for their rights, who don’t participate in such activist movements, and they just consume our achievements. For example, we fought for our gay club, our one gay club in Minsk. It was in danger of being closed [by the government], but it still exists due to us.”

    How totally bloody inspiring. There will always be masses of room in this world for heroes. And here is just one, in Russia, and only 19 years old.

  2. The parlament of Lithuania (it’s the European Union country (sic!) is about to pass exactly the same law that prohibits so-called propaganda about homosexuality among minors. All parlament commitees have already aproved this law. The human rights commitee asked to include bisuxual and poligamy information broadening the prohibition subject instead of protecting the humqan rights.

    So anyone expects Moscow to respect the human rights if even European Union country could care less about them?

  3. Go Sergey! You are very great. While we sit around and fret about whether or not Johnathan Ross might be a bit homophobic, you are fighting a big important battle. What can we over here do to help?

  4. Pete & Michael 16 May 2009, 5:15am

    The Conservative Party have joined with other Countries in the European Union whom are opposed to homosexual freedoms, so we shall not be voting for the Conservative Party in the Forthcoming European Elections in the UK.

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