In October, we expressed our dissatisfaction with the proposal of the International Olympic Committee which included to supposedly protect LGBT athletes against discrimination under the term "other" in the contract between the committee and a city willing to host the Olympic Games. This month, we are satisfied because the IOC has modified an amendment of the Olympic Charter to offer protection based on sexuality.
One would have thought that this was it, that the International Olympic Committee finally moved to fight against discrimination sudden by LGBT people. But no!
The question which people start to ask, as the beginning of the Sochi Winter Olympics drew near, relates to the boycott of these Games or not because of the Russian anti-gay laws.