A bill submitted to the Duma would require women to pay out of their own pockets for abortions and restrict the procedure to public healthcare facilities.
Alexander Ermoshkin was attacked in the city of Khabarovsk on his way to release balloons to mark the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia.
Defending marriages to teenage girls, Russia’s ombudsman for children’s rights said that in some parts of the country, 27-year-old women already look like they’re pushing 50. “In the Caucasus emancipation and puberty come earlier, let’s not be prudes.”
You don’t learn Russian, Russian learns you.
Authorities are investigating Konstantin Golava over comments he posted online in 2014.
A new bill introduced Tuesday would ban marriages between transgender men or women and their same-sex partners.
“Welcome to Sweden. Gay Since 1944.”
It’s a great time to buy a World War II-themed couch.
The campaign asks people to “speak properly” about LGBT people and other groups.
The tank stalled out on Red Square during a run-through for Saturday’s massive Victory Day parade.
LGBT rights activists marched in St. Petersburg today despite an anti-LGBT politician’s attempts to disrupt their protest.
Sure, the ’80s were weird everywhere, but we have a LOT of questions for our friends in Sao Paulo. Also, #holabuzzfeedmexico!
A Russian court upheld the firing of a lesbian teacher for reportedly “committing an immoral act” by posting these pictures online.
Elena Musolina grew up thinking homosexuality was an affliction of alcoholics and drug addicts. Now she marches alongside her son at LGBT rights protests and goes head-to-head with Russia’s most vocal anti-LGBT politician.
She posted the messages online with photos of the senders in an album called “Beautiful People And What They Say To Me,” originally translated by Global Voices. Warning: This post contains obscene language.
Apple appears to have tweaked the program after a user accused it of being homophobic on YouTube.
The Kardashian sisters visited their ancestral homeland last week to draw attention to the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide. But the country has plenty going on, even when it’s not being graced by some of the most famous members of its diaspora.
We regretted those early 2000s flower barrettes, went to VERY FRENCH PLACES and broke the story of a second British parliamentary candidate who wants the world to know he is living with HIV.
“Obviously, we will soon be closed on the territory of the Russian Federation,” Children-404 leader Elena Klimova wrote on the VKontakte social network.