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Homosexuality was decriminalized in Russia shortly after the fall of the Soviet Union, but gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people are often subject to discrimination, persecution and worse. The prohibition, codified in national law in , has been seen as a central plank of President Vladimir V. Russia ratified the European Convention on Human Rights in The court, which is charged with interpreting the treaty, which took effect in , has often castigated the country. The ruling is binding, but as with much else in international law, there is not a strong enforcement mechanism. Russia vowed to file an appeal.
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LGBT culture in Russia

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MOSCOW — Security forces in the Russian region of Chechnya have again cracked down on gay people, killing two and applying tactics once used against Islamist terrorists to find and arrest dozens of others, a Russian rights group said in a report issued on Monday. Since late last year, two gay men have been killed and about 40 men and women who are either homosexual or suspected of being homosexual have been detained in a makeshift prison, according to the rights group, the Russian LGBT Network. Though Russia decriminalized homosexuality during the breakup of the Soviet Union, the police in Chechnya have periodically detained gay people in extrajudicial arrests without repercussions from the federal authorities. Kadyrov, was the beneficiary of an arrangement with the Kremlin to keep the peace in the aftermath of two wars by Chechen rebels for independence in the late s and early s: In exchange for his loyalty to Moscow, Mr.
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From Russia With Love: Photos of Brave Gay Activists Fighting Homophobia

On June 28, , five couples in wedding finery piled into a white limo and pulled up to a municipal office in St. Petersburg, Russia. The same-sex pairs had come to apply for marriage licenses they knew they were unlikely to get, but they wanted to make a statement. A video of the day shows confounded clerks unsuccessfully trying to keep the beaming lovers out as they head to a waiting room where they kiss in protest.
Although life in modern Russia allows many more liberties for gays and lesbians than it did before the Revolutions of , unofficial discrimination and fear are still rampant. Gay life in Russia is less open than in Western countries. In , 31 percent of the Russian population said in polls that homosexuals should be executed, and 32 percent said they should be isolated. Only 12 percent said they should be left alone. The figures are shifting slightly, however: in , 23 percent in a poll said homosexuals should be killed, 24 percent said they should be isolated, and 29 percent said they should be left alone.
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