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Saturday, 25 January 2014 00:00

The Russian Tennis Player Maria Sharapova Says "Individuals Should Live With Whom They See Fit"

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Maria Sharapova


The Russian tennis player Maria Sharapova said in an interview that she believes that individuals should have the opportunity to share their lives with whomever they want, a sort of mini-opposition to the fight against the "gay propaganda"!

Sharapova did not want to be clearly opposed to the law according to Sport24 even she all the same specified that she had gay and lesbian friends and believed individuals should have the opportunity to share their lives with whom they see fit reports DNA.

The site also indicates that she said she believes the time will look at the current question, adding that although she is proud to be Russian, she never said that every individual, it is perfect or every law is just.

We can realize the influence of the Russian government on its people.

The Russian people cannot express themselves freely and to be opposed to the government and Putin.

President Putin, meanwhile, said this week that same-sex relationships are not prohibited in Russia, but we do not have to touch children. He thinks we're all pedophiles.

"We are not banning anything. We are not rounding up anyone. We have no criminal punishment for such relations, unlike many other countries," Putin said.

"So one can feel relaxed and at ease, but please leave children in peace," Putin continued.

Adds to the list of people who boycott Sochi Winter Olympic Games: British Prime Minister David Cameron and the Minister of Sports in Finland Paavo Arhinmäki.

Obama, meanwhile, will send Billie Jean King, former tennis player, openly lesbian, who recently asked athletes to to take care in Sochi: "I don't want any athlete getting in trouble, although I think they should do anything they want,"King told the Associated Press. "Before I knew about Rule 50, I thought it would be sweet to wave some flags or something. But they can get in big trouble and have their medal taken away and also be sent home."

The lesbian singer Melissa Etheridge has also announced that she would go to Sochi out and proud.


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