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Tuesday, 07 February 2012 17:05

LGBT Russian Activists Rally Without Violence

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Whereas currently in Russia there are many political oppositions of opinion with pro-Putin and anti-Putin, that benefits from a certain manner to LGBT Russians who could march in the streets without undergoing violence.

During an anti-Putin demonstration, a group of LGBT activists and their rainbow flags marched and, contrary to usually, this time and it is nevertheless the first time, there were no violences, just some insults from some nationalists, and no prohibition.

"We marched with many rainbow flags and signs which had inscriptions such as 'You are also queer'", the activist Nikolai Baev said.


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