Sunday, November 8, 2015

Russia could ban any public demonstration of homosexuality


Some Russian lawmakers have drafted a bill that would criminalise any "demonstration of one’s distorted sexual preferences in public places".

The new law would make any public display of "non-traditional sexual relations" and it would build on top of Russia’s 2013 anti-gay propaganda law, which bans the "promotion" of homosexuality anywhere children can see.

Ivan Nikitchuk and Nikolay Arefyev, Communist party MP and the new bill’s drafters, wrote this new legislation because the existing broad gay propaganda law "had proved insufficiently effective".

Nikitchuk added in a statement that homosexuality "is a huge threat to every normal person, which can affect children or grandchildren, and thus interrupt the race".

Great Mr. Putin, which will be the next step in Russia, to build a ghetto for isolating gay people?

Stop this shame!



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