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Russian Supreme Court Bans International LGBT Movement from Country

via Global News
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Russia’s Supreme Court has declared the “international LGBT public movement” an extremist organization and banned it, leading to criticism and outrage from activists.

The decision has been seen as a step against LGBT radicalism and a move towards traditional values.

The ruling has sparked controversy and strong reactions, with some viewing it as a positive stance against what they see as immorality. (Trending: Bombshell Email Uncovered Between Joe Biden And Hunter)

Russian LGBT journalist and activist Renat Davletgildeev called the ruling, “Absurd, extrajudicial, illegal,.”

Adding, “I can’t fit it into my mind.”

Another activist group called the ruling an “attempt by the state to humiliate LGBTQ+ people and recognize them as second-class citizens.”

The Washington Post noted that “the alleged [international LGBT] movement has no organizational structure, leadership, membership, website, or address.”

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