The laws in some of the regions also forbid so-called "propaganda of bisexualism and transgenderism" to minors. On December 24, the newspaper published a report saying that Shoto-Shamil Akayev and Ayub Ibragimov were shot on March 30,a few weeks after they went missing on February 6. Retrieved 22 August — via Twitter. So he helped, and thank God I obtained a visa. Sign up for our weekly newsletter. Adding open license text to Wikipedia.
Obama said that he was proud of the work the activists were doing.
Activists Say 40 Detained And 2 Dead In Gay Purge In Chechnya
There are currently no laws prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation in Russia. Irina Golubevaan endocrinologist, authorized by psychiatrist Prof. The United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child has expressed concern that, although intended to protect children, the law 'encourages the stigmatization of and discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex LGBTI persons, including children, and children from LGBTI families'. The same is true for sexual minorities: Archived from the original on 18 October There is no such diagnosis as homosexuality in medicine.
They are now hoping to eventually receive Dutch citizenship and have no plans to return home. Commenting on the bill prior to its passage, President Putin said, during a visit to Amsterdam in April"I want everyone to understand that in Russia there are no infringements on sexual minorities' rights. Obama said that he was proud of the work the activists were doing. He said he was beaten in an effort to force him to name Chechens with whom he had sexual relations. In Septembera Khabarovsk teacher and gay rights activist, Alexandr Yermoshkin, was fired from his two jobs as school teacher and university researcher. In Chechnya, vigilante executions are tolerated,  as well as torture and abduction.