The reasons why Russia fights the LGBTI-movement threatens not only LGBTI-people, but the whole national security of the EU and USA.
Since the fall of the Berlin Wall, a gulf of liberalism embarked the European continent. Simultaneously the LGBTQ-movement started to flourish. Many Western European countries introduced LGBTQ-equality in their legal framework. Also, behind the former Iron Curtain, LGBTQ-groups started to form and professionalise. 30 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall state homophobia is … Continue reading 30 Years After The Fall Of The Berlin Wall: LGBTQ As The State Enemy of Eastern Europe?
Russia’s international fight against LGBTI-rights is an inherent part of their strategy to undermine the European Union’s liberal democracy. Through international homophobic networks, Russian intelligence made contacts with Hungarian government representatives.
Rémy Bonny had two exclusive interviews with witnesses of the most recent gay purge in Chechnya.
Earlier Today, an LGBTI-conference could not go through. (This article has a copyright disclaimer, see bellow) Tonight, two volunteers of an LGBTI-conference on family, organized by Resource in Moscow were attacked. They're having first aid now. "Several people have seen the attacker.", according to Misha Tumasov (chairperson of the Russian LGBT-Network). Earlier Today, representatives of the … Continue reading 2 LGBTI-Activists Attacked in Russia after conference was made impossible
On August 4, 30 participants of an LGBT Pride in Russia’s second city Saint Petersburg were detained. All of the detainees are receiving their court decisions this week. (This article has a copyright disclaimer, see bellow) From the 30 detainees already 13 received fines. The fine is in most cases 5000 rubles (63 euro). 6 of … Continue reading Verdict on detained Saint Petersburg Pride Participants