Super news coming from Russia! A prohibition of LGBT rallies was considered to be illegal by the regional court of Kostroma.
Since the beginning of the Paralympics Games of Sochi, the city of Prince Albert in Canada decided to raise a rainbow flag to show its support to the LGBT community of Russia.
An international study shows people in the world accept more LGBTQ over the two last decades for a part of the world but unfortunately, it is worst in some other countries in East Europe.
Casey Stoney, lesbian and captain of the English football soccer team, said she would go neither to the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia nor to the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Quatar because of anti-gay laws of the two countries.
The most powerful church of Russia, i.e. the Orthodox Church, proposed a referendum on the same-sex relationships ban.
The first part of the Winter Olympics of Sochi is now finished, the second part will start in 2 weeks with the Winter Paralympics, so it is time to see the results, the medals which LGBT athletes won and to pay attention to what we did not see on TV.
The international association of gays and lesbians (ILGA) gained the accreditation of the United Nations.
When the runs happen in Sochi, the supports for the LGBTQ community of Russia also continue.
When today the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics of Sochi take place, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon is openly opposed to the Russian anti-LGBT laws, a 14-year-old girl, Lena Klimova, waits the beginning of her lawsuit, Google and Canadian cites fly the rainbow flag.
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"!