The European Court of Human Rights just ruled that Russia’s gay propaganda ban is illegal — but will Russia abide by the ruling?
France and Germany have become the second and third countries to offer sanctuary to LGBTQ people fleeing a months-long anti-queer purge in Chechnya
People have begun posting images of same-sex kissing in protest of Russia’s silencing of LGBTQ activists — they’re hot, but will they make any impact?
Human Rights Watch just released a report on the anti-LGBTQ crackdown in the autonomous Russian Republic of Chechnya — here are its biggest finds
An investigative Russian newspaper has reported that local police have refused to participate with an investigation and are literally burying evidence
The east European country has given two visas to gay men fleeing persecution in Chechnya while urging other countries to do the same
The Russia LGBT Network has said that the U.S. won’t help gay and bi men fleeing Russian kidnapping and torture, but the U.S. won’t say why
A Russian Embassy letter to a Israeli newspaper say that there’s no anti-gay violence in Chechnya, but what about the harrowing first-person reports?
The anti-LGBT violence in Chechnya is much worse and widespread than we thought — here’s what we learned from the Russian LGBT Network.
The list of world leaders who have spoken out about Chechnya’s anti-gay purges isn’t long, so what’s the reason so many have stayed silent?
Chechnya: Over 100 Suspected Gay Men Have Been Tortured and At Least 3 Murdered, Says the Associated Press
The Associated Press has said that in Chechnya over 100 allegedly gay men have undergone torture with at least 3 being murdered — here’s the latest…
The May Day LGBTQ protests in St. Petersberg that called attention to Chechnya’s mistreatment of gay and bi men, led to the detainment of twenty activists.