In Decemberthe video game FIFA 17 which is also published by Electronic Arts was targeted for an event that allowed users to obtain rainbow-coloured shoelaces for their virtual footballers, in support of a pro-LGBT advocacy campaign backed by the English Premier League. Pavel Petel on Russia's 'anti-gay' law — When he was growing up in the Soviet era, "life was easier," he recalled. The fines for individuals are much higher if the offense was committed using mass media or internet. It makes me laugh. However, its Luxembourg -based parent company, Soiuzplodoimportresponded to the boycott effort, noting that the company was not technically Russian, did not support the government's opinion on homosexuality, and described itself as a "fervent supporter and friend" of LGBT people. Prohibits exposure of minors to homonormative material.
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Russian 'gay propaganda' law ruled discriminatory by European court
Pavel Petel on Russia's 'anti-gay' law — "I was working on my video when I turned on the TV and saw video of one anchor of a Russian channel who said that you need to burn the gays' hearts," Petel told CNN. The judgment was the majority opinion of six out of seven of the judges, only Russian judge Dmitry Dedov offered a dissenting opinion. Retrieved 25 July The first arrest made under the propaganda law occurred just hours after it was passed: February 14, Dispatches. Yes, not only Christina but her friends too!
We are not trying to set our rules over there. When he was growing up in the Soviet era, "life was easier," he recalled. Such a move could cause a backlash against homosexuals, he fears. As part of its Dispatches series, Channel 4 had also broadcast a documentary during the week of the Opening Ceremony entitled Huntedwhich documented the violence and abuse against LGBT people in Russia in the wake of the law. Petersburg ends in clashes, arrests".