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Weeks after the performance, three members of the band were arrested and charged with "hooliganism motivated by religious hatred", which then sparked a global protest movement against the trio's arrest. However, there has been a historic resistance to gay pride parades by local governments; despite being fined by the European Court of Human Rights in for interpreting it as discrimination, the city of Moscow denied individual requests for permission to hold Moscow Pride throughciting a risk of violence against participants.
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Political parties in Russia have generally been reluctant to oppose this or other discriminatory policies against the LGBT community due to prevailing public opinion and the fact that the current laws effectively criminalize public support for LGBT-rights.
Retrieved 12 December We live in a civil society, we are guided by the federal law, [and] by the Constitution that clearly says: marriage in Russia is between a man and a woman.
On 12 October a demonstration was organised by 15 to 20 LGBT rights activists in Russia's second largest city Saint Petersburg against the new law banning " homosexual propaganda " on the day after the National Coming Out Day. Moscow is not a city that embraces newcomers, and neither of them feels particularly Russian.
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