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There were no criminal statutes regarding sex between women. During the Soviet regime, Western observers believed that between and 1, men were imprisoned each year under Article Some historians have noted that it was during this time that Soviet propaganda began to depict homosexuality as a sign of fascism [19] and that Article may have a simple political tool to use against dissidents, irrespective of their true sexual orientation and to solidify Russian opposition to Nazi Germany, who had broken its treaty with Russia.

More recently, a third possible reason for the anti-gay law has emerged from declassified Soviet documents and transcripts. Beyond expressed fears of a vast "counterrevolutionary" or fascist homosexual conspiracy, there were several high-profile arrests of Russian men accused of being pederasts.

Since no records of men having sex with boys at that time are available, it is possible this term was used broadly and crudely to label homosexuality".

The Soviet government itself said very little publicly about the change in the law and few people seemed to be aware that it existed.

In , the British communist Harry Whyte wrote a long letter to Stalin condemning the law and its prejudicial motivations. He laid out a Marxist position against the oppression of homosexuals as a social minority and compared homophobia to racism, xenophobia and sexism.

A few years later in , Justice Commissar Nikolai Krylenko publicly stated that the anti-gay criminal law was correctly aimed at the decadent and effete old ruling classes, thus further linking homosexuality to a right-wing conspiracy, i.

Tsarist aristocracy and German fascists. When Stalin came to power, homosexuality became a topic unfit for public depiction, defense or discussion.

Homosexual or bisexual Soviets who wanted a position within the Communist Party were expected to marry a person of the opposite sex, regardless of their actual sexual orientation.

A notable example was the Russian film director Sergei Eisenstein , who despite his homosexuality managed to survive by leading a double life, having affairs with men while married to a woman, producing films that were politically pleasing to Stalin.

After Stalin died in , he was replaced by Nikita Khrushchev , who proceeded to liberalize the Stalin era laws regarding marriage, divorce and abortion, but the anti-gay criminal law remained.

The Khrushchev government believed that absent of a criminal law against homosexuality, the sex between men that occurred in the prison environment would spread into the general population as they released many Stalin-era prisoners.

Whereas the Stalin government conflated homosexuality with pedophilia , the Khrushchev government conflated homosexuality with the situational, sometimes forced, sex acts between male prisoners.

Although the topic of homosexuality was practically unmentionable, some references to homosexuality could be found in Soviet sex education manuals for young people and their parents.

These manuals were published from the early s to the early s in the hope of restricting the sexual activity of Soviet people and to raise their awareness of venereal diseases.

These manuals mentioned homosexuality to prevent Soviet children and youth from engaging in it. The first Khrushchev-era sex education manual to mention homosexuality was The Youth Becomes a Man and described homosexuals as child molesters: " Homosexuals go all out to gain the affection of the youngsters' society; they buy sweets and cigarettes for youngsters, tickets to the cinema, give them money, help to do home assignments and generally pretend that they unselfishly love youngsters.

However, after such preparation, they sooner or later proceed to act. Do not let them touch you! Do not be shy about reporting them to your parents or educators, do not hesitate to report such attempts aimed at you or other young men!

Both parents and educators will willingly help: homosexuality is a punishable crime, homosexuals are perfectly aware of that: that is why it is not difficult to get rid of them..

In , the Interior Ministry sent a secret memo to law enforcement ordering them to step up enforcement of the anti-gay criminal law.

Yet during the late s and early s, Aline Mosby, a foreign reporter in Russia at the time, attributed to the more liberal attitude of the Khrushchev government to the fact that she did see some gay couples in public and that it was not uncommon to see men waiting outside of certain theaters looking for dates with male performers.

In the late s some Soviet jurists attempted to decriminalise consensual sodomy. Two members of the committee proposed to eliminate the law penalising consensual sodomy, yet their proposal was not supported by other members of the committee.

Discussions between Soviet legal scholars on the value of the anti-sodomy law continued under Brezhnev. Those legal scholars, who believed that consensual homosexuality should not be a crime, argued that it was a disease, which had to be dealt with by medical knowledge.

They also contended that homosexuality was a congenital condition and therefore gay people were not guilty of being different from others. Finally, these scholars argued that investigating sodomy cases, where both partners had consensual sex, was not only pointless, but technically difficult.

Other legal scholars, mainly those who worked for the Interior Ministry educational institutions, opposed the idea of decriminalising consensual homosexuality.

They criticised their pro-decriminalisation colleagues and argued that such propositions were ill-timed and dangerous, since homosexuality could easily spread if not controlled by the law.

Likewise, they believed that homosexuality was inconsistent with the Communist Morality. Brezhnev-era police often prosecuted homosexuals using concocted evidence and intimidating witnesses.

If the witnesses were reluctant to testify against the presumed suspect, they could face criminal charges themselves.

Once a sodomy case was initiated, pressure from the Party made it impossible to drop and the defendant would most likely end up in jail.

Soviet advocates could do very little to help their clients in such cases despite their appeals to the General Procuracy. Thousands of people were imprisoned for homosexuality and government censorship of homosexuality and gay rights did not begin to slowly relax until the early s, allowing for brief statements.

Kozlovsky was permitted to include a brief interior monologue about homosexuality in Moscow to the End of the Line Perhaps the first public endorsement of gay rights since Stalin was a brief statement, critical of Article and calling for its repeal, made in the Textbook of Soviet Criminal Law These references were characterized as being brief statements in a novel or textbook and were made by heterosexuals.

Vicktor Sosnora was allowed to write about witnessing an elderly gay actor being brutally murdered in a Leningrad bar in The Flying Dutchman , but the book was only allowed to be published in East Germany.

When the author was gay and in particular if they were seen as supporting gay rights, the censors tended to be much harsher.

Russian gay author Yevgeny Kharitonov illegally circulated some gay fiction before he died of heart failure in Author Gennady Trifonov served four years of hard labour for circulating his gay poems and upon his release was allowed to write and publish only if he avoided depicting or making reference to homosexuality.

Despite sodomy being a punishable crime, the practitioners of new sexological science "sexopathology" , which emerged in the s, argued that homosexuality should be treated with psychotherapy.

They provided such treatment to homosexual men in the privacy of their consultation rooms and went to great lengths to preserve their patients' anonymity.

Some of these doctors even went as far as to suggest that the sodomy law should be abolished altogether so that homosexuals could resort to medical help without fear of prosecution.

Their calls, however, fell on deaf ears. In , a group of Russian gay men met and attempted to organize an official gay rights organization, only to be quickly shut down by the KGB.

It was not until later in the glasnost period that public discussion was permitted about re-legalizing private, consensual adult homosexual relations.

A poll conducted in reported that homosexuals were the most hated group in Russian society and that 30 percent of those polled felt that homosexuals should be liquidated.

In —, a Moscow gay rights organization led by Yevgeniya Debryanskaya was permitted to exist, with Roman Kalinin given permission to publish a gay newspaper, Tema.

The precise number of persons prosecuted under Article is unknown, with the first official information was released only in , but it is believed to be about 1, prosecuted a year.

According to official data, the number of men convicted under Article had been steadily decreasing during the glasnost period.

In , men were sentenced under Article ; in , ; in , ; and in , On 27 May , homosexual acts between consenting males were legalised.

In , homosexuality was formally removed from the list of Russian mental disorders due to endorsing ICD , which removed homosexuality in In , Gennady Raikov, who led a conservative pro-government group in the Russian Duma , suggested outlawing homosexual acts.

His proposal failed to generate enough votes, but the suggestion generated public support from many conservative religious leaders and medical doctors.

In , a new statute about military and medical expertise was adopted 1 July and it contained a clause of "deviations of gender identification and sexual preferences" among the reasons of disability for military service [ The new statute about military and medical expertise from 1 July does not forbid people of non-standard sexual orientation from serving in the military The issue of person's homosexuality is not medical.

There is no such diagnosis as homosexuality in medicine. There is no such illness in the classification of World Health Organization.

The new statute about military and medical expertise follows international law practice. Therefore the reasons for evaluating the ability to serve for homosexuals are the same: physical and psychic health.

People of non-standard sexual orientation can have problems when being in the Army, and therefore should not reveal their sexual preferences, Valery Kulikov said: "Other soldiers are not going to like that, they can be beaten".

In July , Alekseev launched the Moscow Pride initiative which has been organized every year since May As of July , Gayrussia.

In , Grand Mufti Talgat Tadzhuddin was quoted as saying about Moscow Pride marchers: "If they come out on to the streets anyway they should be flogged.

Any normal person would do that — Muslims and Orthodox Christians alike". In late April and early May , protesters blockaded some popular gay clubs in Moscow.

After initial complaints that police had failed to intervene, later blockade attempts were met with arrests. In May , a gay rights forum was held in Moscow.

An accompanying march was banned by the mayor in a decision upheld by the courts. Some activists, head of them Nikolai Alekseev, tried to march despite the ban and attempted to lay flowers at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

This march is known as the first Moscow Pride. This act and the presence of non-Russian activists aroused a nationalist reaction in addition to a religious condemnation of homosexuality, leading to the presence of both nationalist groups and Orthodox protesters threatening the gay activists.

Anti-march protesters beat the marchers and about 50 marchers and 20 protesters were arrested when riot police moved in to break up the conflict.

It contains a vivid testimony of the first attempt to stage a gay pride march in Russia as well as the festival organized around it.

On 27 May , Moscow Pride was banned again by the former Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov , who had earlier branded it as " satanic ", [56] was held in Moscow again and for the second year running degenerated into violent clashes with anti-gay protestors.

For the second time, police failed to protect gay rights activists. Italian MP Marco Cappato was kicked by an anti-gay activist and then detained when he demanded police protection.

British gay rights veteran Peter Tatchell and Russian gay leader Nikolai Alekseev were detained as well. On 1 June , Moscow Pride again attempted to hold a gay parade.

Some 13 Orthodox opposers were held by police for violent actions against protesters. The page paper contained the analysis of relevant Russian laws and also assembles and generalizes specific instances of infringement of rights and discrimination.

On 8 May, Russian Duma rejected a bill criminalizing gay "propaganda" in Russia with only 90 votes in favor against minimum required.

This bill was initiated in by a Fair Russia party member and suggested depriving those who "openly demonstrated a homosexual way of life and a homosexual orientation" of the right to hold posts in educational establishments or in the army for a term from 2 to 5 years.

On 16 May, the Moscow Pride timed to coincide with Moscow's hosting of the Eurovision song contest finals was broken up by police, with all 30 participants — including British human rights activist Peter Tatchell — arrested.

In , Russia was fined by the European Court of Human Rights under allegations by Nikolay Alexeyev that cities were discriminating against gays by refusing to approve pride parades.

Although they claimed a risk of violence, the court ruled that their decision "effectively approved of and supported groups who had called for [their] disruption".

He considered the ruling to be a "crippling blow to Russian homophobia on all accounts". In March , an attempt to organize a Pride House at the Winter Olympics was struck down by the Ministry of Justice, which refused to approve the registration of the NGO set up to run it on the basis of the Pride House inciting "propaganda of non-traditional sexual orientation which can undermine the security of the Russian society and the state, provoke social-religious hatred, which is the feature of the extremist character of the activity".

In June , Russia passed a federal law banning the distribution of "propaganda of non-traditional sexual relationships" to minors. Putin's justifications for it are to promote "traditional Russian values" in opposition of Western state liberalism in regards to homosexuality, "protect the children" and to boost Russia's falling birthrate.

This support is so intense that the only Parliament member to abstain was one Ilya Ponomarev , who has history of supporting pro-LGBT protests.

This level of state support reflects the opinions of the general Russian population: polls conducted by the Levada Center indicate that nearly two-thirds of Russians consider "morally unacceptable and worth condemning".

The same research indicates that half of Russians are against gay rallies and same-sex marriage and approximately a third of them think homosexuality results from "a sickness or a psychological trauma".

Article 6. Foreigners are also subject to Article 6. It has also been noted that the wording essentially equates homosexuality with paedophelia as the latter also falls under the "nontraditional sexual relations" category.

Following Article 6. People have been subject to smear campaigns from homophobic civilians and administrative fines, some even had to resign from their jobs to lessen the load.

These groups often operate by "ambushing" LGBT adults and youth by contacting them online and attempt to convince them to come to allegedly gay-friendly meetings.

Once the victims arrive, they are viciously harassed and humiliated on-camera. Occupy Gerontophilia posted dozens of videos to the social network VKontakte before it was shut down for infringing the privacy of minors—but not before the organizations page got , subscribers.

On Deti, LGBT youth can share and discuss their experiences in their country's hostile environment. Since before Article 6.

It has been speculated that the greater number of asylum seekers is due to the aforementioned rise in anti-LGBT harassment and violence.

Even in , in the time leading up to Article 6. According to Immigration Equality, the majority of the inquiries come from young under the age of 30 Russians who fear being harassed, beaten, or even killed by homophobic groups like Occupy Paedophilia.

As the situation has worsened, protests from the LGBT community have continued despite the fact that President Putin has passed a law outlawing repeated street protests.

In October , a pro-LGBT rally meant to observe National Coming Out Day in Saint Petersburg consisting of roughly 15 people had been accosted and harassed by about conservative and religious protestors.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. With regards to what the heads of regions say, I normally try not to comment.

I don't think it is my business. My relation to gay parades and sexual minorities in general is simple — it is connected with my official duties and the fact that one of the country's main problems is demographic.

But I respect and will continue to respect personal freedom in all its forms, in all its manifestations.

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Mollies Urnings. Rights and legal issues. Biology Birth order Demographics Environment Homosexuality and psychology Kinsey scale Klein Grid Neuroscience Prenatal hormones Sexual inversion Sexual orientation change efforts Conversion therapy Sexual orientation identity Timeline of sexual orientation and medicine.

Social attitudes Prejudice Violence. Category Portal. Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history.

Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Download as PDF Printable version. Wikimedia Commons. Decriminalised in ; re-criminalised in ; legal since [1] In Chechnya , death, torture, vigiliante executions, vigilante attacks, and jail are penalties.

Legal gender change since [note 1]. Non-official policy " Don't ask, don't tell " since [4] [5]. No Recognition of same-sex unions in Russia.

No legal restrictions to adopt by a single person. Part of a series on. Timeline Years List Category. LGBT portal.

Legal since In Chechnya , vigilante executions are tolerated, [] as well as torture and abduction. See Gay concentration camps in Chechnya for more information.

Adoption by single homosexuals in Russia or in case of Russian children in foreign countries that do not recognise same-sex marriage.

No legal restrictions based on sexual orientation for single people to adopt [note 2]. Adoption of Russian children by single homosexuals or same-sex couples in foreign countries that do recognise same-sex marriage.

Conversion therapy banned on minors. Gay people can serve in the military, however, there is an unofficial " Don't ask, don't tell " policy.

Since [note 1].

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Some of these doctors even went as far as to suggest that the sodomy law should be abolished altogether so that homosexuals could resort to medical help without fear of prosecution.

Their calls, however, fell on deaf ears. In , a group of Russian gay men met and attempted to organize an official gay rights organization, only to be quickly shut down by the KGB.

It was not until later in the glasnost period that public discussion was permitted about re-legalizing private, consensual adult homosexual relations.

A poll conducted in reported that homosexuals were the most hated group in Russian society and that 30 percent of those polled felt that homosexuals should be liquidated.

In —, a Moscow gay rights organization led by Yevgeniya Debryanskaya was permitted to exist, with Roman Kalinin given permission to publish a gay newspaper, Tema.

The precise number of persons prosecuted under Article is unknown, with the first official information was released only in , but it is believed to be about 1, prosecuted a year.

According to official data, the number of men convicted under Article had been steadily decreasing during the glasnost period.

In , men were sentenced under Article ; in , ; in , ; and in , On 27 May , homosexual acts between consenting males were legalised.

In , homosexuality was formally removed from the list of Russian mental disorders due to endorsing ICD , which removed homosexuality in In , Gennady Raikov, who led a conservative pro-government group in the Russian Duma , suggested outlawing homosexual acts.

His proposal failed to generate enough votes, but the suggestion generated public support from many conservative religious leaders and medical doctors.

In , a new statute about military and medical expertise was adopted 1 July and it contained a clause of "deviations of gender identification and sexual preferences" among the reasons of disability for military service [ The new statute about military and medical expertise from 1 July does not forbid people of non-standard sexual orientation from serving in the military The issue of person's homosexuality is not medical.

There is no such diagnosis as homosexuality in medicine. There is no such illness in the classification of World Health Organization.

The new statute about military and medical expertise follows international law practice. Therefore the reasons for evaluating the ability to serve for homosexuals are the same: physical and psychic health.

People of non-standard sexual orientation can have problems when being in the Army, and therefore should not reveal their sexual preferences, Valery Kulikov said: "Other soldiers are not going to like that, they can be beaten".

In July , Alekseev launched the Moscow Pride initiative which has been organized every year since May As of July , Gayrussia.

In , Grand Mufti Talgat Tadzhuddin was quoted as saying about Moscow Pride marchers: "If they come out on to the streets anyway they should be flogged.

Any normal person would do that — Muslims and Orthodox Christians alike". In late April and early May , protesters blockaded some popular gay clubs in Moscow.

After initial complaints that police had failed to intervene, later blockade attempts were met with arrests.

In May , a gay rights forum was held in Moscow. An accompanying march was banned by the mayor in a decision upheld by the courts. Some activists, head of them Nikolai Alekseev, tried to march despite the ban and attempted to lay flowers at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

This march is known as the first Moscow Pride. This act and the presence of non-Russian activists aroused a nationalist reaction in addition to a religious condemnation of homosexuality, leading to the presence of both nationalist groups and Orthodox protesters threatening the gay activists.

Anti-march protesters beat the marchers and about 50 marchers and 20 protesters were arrested when riot police moved in to break up the conflict.

It contains a vivid testimony of the first attempt to stage a gay pride march in Russia as well as the festival organized around it.

On 27 May , Moscow Pride was banned again by the former Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov , who had earlier branded it as " satanic ", [56] was held in Moscow again and for the second year running degenerated into violent clashes with anti-gay protestors.

For the second time, police failed to protect gay rights activists. Italian MP Marco Cappato was kicked by an anti-gay activist and then detained when he demanded police protection.

British gay rights veteran Peter Tatchell and Russian gay leader Nikolai Alekseev were detained as well. On 1 June , Moscow Pride again attempted to hold a gay parade.

Some 13 Orthodox opposers were held by police for violent actions against protesters. The page paper contained the analysis of relevant Russian laws and also assembles and generalizes specific instances of infringement of rights and discrimination.

On 8 May, Russian Duma rejected a bill criminalizing gay "propaganda" in Russia with only 90 votes in favor against minimum required.

This bill was initiated in by a Fair Russia party member and suggested depriving those who "openly demonstrated a homosexual way of life and a homosexual orientation" of the right to hold posts in educational establishments or in the army for a term from 2 to 5 years.

On 16 May, the Moscow Pride timed to coincide with Moscow's hosting of the Eurovision song contest finals was broken up by police, with all 30 participants — including British human rights activist Peter Tatchell — arrested.

In , Russia was fined by the European Court of Human Rights under allegations by Nikolay Alexeyev that cities were discriminating against gays by refusing to approve pride parades.

Although they claimed a risk of violence, the court ruled that their decision "effectively approved of and supported groups who had called for [their] disruption".

He considered the ruling to be a "crippling blow to Russian homophobia on all accounts". In March , an attempt to organize a Pride House at the Winter Olympics was struck down by the Ministry of Justice, which refused to approve the registration of the NGO set up to run it on the basis of the Pride House inciting "propaganda of non-traditional sexual orientation which can undermine the security of the Russian society and the state, provoke social-religious hatred, which is the feature of the extremist character of the activity".

In June , Russia passed a federal law banning the distribution of "propaganda of non-traditional sexual relationships" to minors.

Putin's justifications for it are to promote "traditional Russian values" in opposition of Western state liberalism in regards to homosexuality, "protect the children" and to boost Russia's falling birthrate.

This support is so intense that the only Parliament member to abstain was one Ilya Ponomarev , who has history of supporting pro-LGBT protests.

This level of state support reflects the opinions of the general Russian population: polls conducted by the Levada Center indicate that nearly two-thirds of Russians consider "morally unacceptable and worth condemning".

The same research indicates that half of Russians are against gay rallies and same-sex marriage and approximately a third of them think homosexuality results from "a sickness or a psychological trauma".

Article 6. Foreigners are also subject to Article 6. It has also been noted that the wording essentially equates homosexuality with paedophelia as the latter also falls under the "nontraditional sexual relations" category.

Following Article 6. People have been subject to smear campaigns from homophobic civilians and administrative fines, some even had to resign from their jobs to lessen the load.

These groups often operate by "ambushing" LGBT adults and youth by contacting them online and attempt to convince them to come to allegedly gay-friendly meetings.

Once the victims arrive, they are viciously harassed and humiliated on-camera. Occupy Gerontophilia posted dozens of videos to the social network VKontakte before it was shut down for infringing the privacy of minors—but not before the organizations page got , subscribers.

On Deti, LGBT youth can share and discuss their experiences in their country's hostile environment. Since before Article 6.

It has been speculated that the greater number of asylum seekers is due to the aforementioned rise in anti-LGBT harassment and violence.

Even in , in the time leading up to Article 6. According to Immigration Equality, the majority of the inquiries come from young under the age of 30 Russians who fear being harassed, beaten, or even killed by homophobic groups like Occupy Paedophilia.

As the situation has worsened, protests from the LGBT community have continued despite the fact that President Putin has passed a law outlawing repeated street protests.

In October , a pro-LGBT rally meant to observe National Coming Out Day in Saint Petersburg consisting of roughly 15 people had been accosted and harassed by about conservative and religious protestors.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. With regards to what the heads of regions say, I normally try not to comment. I don't think it is my business.

My relation to gay parades and sexual minorities in general is simple — it is connected with my official duties and the fact that one of the country's main problems is demographic.

But I respect and will continue to respect personal freedom in all its forms, in all its manifestations. Retrieved 9 September Retrieved 9 April Dynes, Wayne R.

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Archived from the original on 20 August Retrieved 20 August It is now possible to impose a fine of 50 to thousand rubles for gay propaganda on the Internet.

BBC News Online. The Vancouver Sun. Retrieved 24 September RBC in Russian. Financial Times. Amnesty International. Archived from the original on 1 October Gay Star News.

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New York: New American Library. Petrov, Igor; Kirichenko, Ksenia 5 April Archived from the original on 1 June Retrieved 25 May LGBT in Russia.

Moscow Pride ' Recognition of same-sex unions in Russia Alekseyev v. Moscow Pride Side by Side film festival. Soviet Union topics.

Religion Suppressed research Censorship Censorship of images. Soviet dissidents and their groups List.

LGBT rights in Europe. European Union. LGBT rights in Asia. Book Category Asia portal. Lesbian , gay , bisexual , and transgender LGBT topics.

Academic fields Discourse. Community Culture. Gender identities Sexual identities Sexual diversities.

Asexual Bisexual Heterosexual Homosexual. Detransition Erotic target location error Gender and sexual diversity Gender binary Gender essentialism Gender expression Gender neutrality Gender roles Hermaphrodite Human female sexuality Human male sexuality Intersex Sexuality and gender identity-based cultures.

Mollies Urnings. Rights and legal issues. Biology Birth order Demographics Environment Homosexuality and psychology Kinsey scale Klein Grid Neuroscience Prenatal hormones Sexual inversion Sexual orientation change efforts Conversion therapy Sexual orientation identity Timeline of sexual orientation and medicine.

Social attitudes Prejudice Violence. Category Portal. Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history.

Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Download as PDF Printable version. Wikimedia Commons. Decriminalised in ; re-criminalised in ; legal since [1] In Chechnya , death, torture, vigiliante executions, vigilante attacks, and jail are penalties.

Legal gender change since [note 1]. Non-official policy " Don't ask, don't tell " since [4] [5]. No Recognition of same-sex unions in Russia.

No legal restrictions to adopt by a single person. Part of a series on. Timeline Years List Category. LGBT portal. Legal since In Chechnya , vigilante executions are tolerated, [] as well as torture and abduction.

See Gay concentration camps in Chechnya for more information. Lesbian couples have a different way of gesturing and moving than heterosexual couples.

If I lived in another country, I probably would have limited myself to this search for a new plasticity. It was only during the festival, however, that I found out there are different levels of secrecy within the community, in particular, that lesbians are more invisible and stigmatized than gays.

Hence I deemed it important to quote the subjects of my series directly. Simultaneously with sketching in the clubs, I have begun making portraits of lesbian families and couples, including direct quotations from them as well.

I thought being a lesbian was like being a monster. We have a very narrow circle of friends made up only of those who get it.

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