LGBTQ·Posted on May 26, 2013Russian Gay Rights Demonstrators ArrestedPolice said their rally was "unsanctioned," but the Russian government is now considering a bill that would outlaw anything promoting the "propaganda of homosexuality."by Hunter SchwarzBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink A group of demonstrators gathered near Moscow's city hall Saturday to rally for gay rights. Ivan Sekretarev / Getty Images Police said more than 30 were arrested because the rally was unsanctioned. Ivan Sekretarev / Getty Images Gay rallies and parades are frequently banned in Russia. Ivan Sekretarev / Getty Images The Kremlin is currently considering a bill that would ban the "propaganda of homosexuality." KIRILL KUDRYAVTSEV / Getty Images Police said opponents of the gay rally were also among the arrested.