Moscow, Russia, 27/05/2012. Russian nationalists attack gay rights demonstrators at an attempted gay pride parade in central Moscow. Several dozen people were arrested during clashes as Russian nationalists attacked gay activists during their seventh attempt to hold a parade in the Russian capital.
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Moscow Russia, 27/05/2012.
Russian nationalists punch and kick a gay rights demonstrator at an attempted gay pride parade in central Moscow. Several dozen people were arrested during clashes as Russian nationalists attacked gay activists during their seventh attempt to hold a parade in the Russian capital.

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2 Responses to “Photo Of The Week: Gay Pride Protest Attacked”

  1. Sad to see that freedom to be yourself is not allowed in other places. As an American we may take this for granted.

    I pray for freedom for all people.

  2. Lucinda Lucinda says:

    Americans are attacking others who are trying to be themselves. Look at what’s happened with Chick-fil-A – the CEO has been attacked because he stood up for what he believed in too.

    Look at women in the online gaming world who are harassed and when trying to bring light to the issue have been issued threats. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/02/us/sexual-harassment-in-online-gaming-stirs-anger.html?nl=technology&emc=edit_tu_20120802

    Artists are attacked when trying to stand up for their own work – when they want to get paid for what they do – they get death threats too.

    Even though we have freedom in America, people are still getting attacked for who they are or what they believe in.

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