Last month, the City of St. Petersburg had allowed the LGBT community to march in the streets during the workers' day. Unfortunately, this has not been the case this weekend in Moscow since many LGBT activists not only were physically abused but three of them have been arrested.
Back in Russia, where we have learned with surprise and happiness that the LGBT community was allowed to march last weekend in the streets of St. Petersburg during the May Day parade despite the anti «gay propaganda» law in the country.
Do you remember the two lesbians who were left sitting in the same plane of one of the most important anti-gay leaders in Russia and who had kissed while making a selfie who went around the world? Well, it took Vitaly Milonov and an anti-gay group time to identify them before to take revenge by organizing a police raid.
Recently, I told you about the attempt by Russia to block a law allowing UN married LGBT employees receive the same benefits as others. And although Russia has failed!
While elections will take place in the French states, it is good to remember that the political party FN regards the LGBT community as a poison.
In July 2014, the United Nations (UN), through the voice of its Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, announced the opening of benefits to married same-sex couples, or in a civil union, even though the country or the state in which they live does not recognize them.
Today, Russia tries to block the measure that could benefit 44,000 employees.
While they were in flight to St. Petersburg, two lesbians have realized that the architect of Russian anti-gay laws was just sitting in the row behind them. It was now or never, they took a great selfie!
I was already indignant that women don't have the right to drive in Saudi Arabia, but they ban transgender people in Russia from driving too ... It's sheer madness!!!
Today, October 9, the parliament of Kyrgyzstan will vote on the “gay propaganda”.
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!