“You know what’s bad? Not even bad, but a real tragedy. That there’s just one of me, there’s nobody else like me in the world.”
We asked our colleagues in ten BuzzFeed offices to talk about what mental health is like where they live.
Ian McKellen and Neil Patrick Harris are on a list of stars the magazine has “forgiven” for their sexual orientation.
I’m not fearless. But I spend a lot of time doing things that terrify most reasonable people.
“The best way to commemorate a disaster like Katrina is to talk about it.”
WARNING: This post contains graphic images of violence against cheese in the name of upholding sanctions.
“Real patriots love the Motherland without a condom.”
A government-funded group is taking the enforcement of Russian sanctions on Western food into its own hands.
Spoiler alert: not great.
Alexander Ermoshkin left Russia after a national TV broadcast accused him of collaborating with U.S. intelligence agents. A U.S. Embassy official called the footage “obviously staged.”
The United Russia party introduced the flag on Russia’s Day of Family, Love and Fidelity as “our response to same-sex marriage.”
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MPs voted 90-2 to move the bill forward despite international criticism and opposition from the country’s Ministry of Justice.
A Moscow entrepreneur is betting Americans will fall in love with Russian pancakes. He could be right.
The exhibit, called “Be Yourself,” features LGBT teens’ stories in their own words. This post contains an image of self-harm.
Most Kazakhs denounce the practice of abducting a woman to force her into marriage, but with the resurgence of Kazakh nationalism, such kidnappings are on the rise.
“These degenerates do not deserve to live,” one person wrote on the page hosting the album, posted following Saturday’s pride march in Ukraine.
The LGBT “March For Equality” in Kiev came under attack after receiving threats from right-wing forces.
“This concerns the constitutional rights of any citizen,” said President Petro Poroshenko after the mayor of Kiev called for the march to be canceled.
The council ruled that a Russian-style bill banning “gay propaganda” could violate Kazakhstan’s constitution as the country bids to host the 2022 Winter Olympics.