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American Apparel protests against Russia’s anti-gay laws

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  1. Love it when American big businesses come out against Russia.
    USA! USA! USA!!!

  2. LulaWSoto 4 Dec 2013, 5:05am

    my neighbor’s step-sister makes $86/hour on the laptop. She has been fired for eight months but last month her pay check was $20442 just working on the laptop for a few hours. see post……. x.co/3KtTb

    1. That There Other David 4 Dec 2013, 10:08am

      I heard your Mum earns $86/hour in other ways.

      Now sod off with the crappy spam.

  3. Stephen Mead 5 Dec 2013, 12:06am

    Want to support the athletes who have trained so hard to compete in the Winter Olympics?
    Want to send a message of support to the LGBT people of Russia?
    Not happy with Vladimir Putin’s human rights abuses?

    http://postcardtoputin.weebly.com/

    Thank you!

  4. Good for you, American Apparel.
    I hate the way “religion” is actually name checked in the Olympic charter while we must be content with being part of the “otherwise”. Surely this must be changed immediately.

  5. Frank Boulton 5 Dec 2013, 12:00pm

    It’s great to hear of anyone taking a stance against Russia’s anti-gay legislation. However, sending money to LGBTI advocacy groups in Russia could do them more harm than good. For merely receiving money from abroad, they can be put on trial for being “foreign agents” and fined up to one million roubles. The money could be put to better use helping to resettle LGBTI refugees from Russia.

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