By Zack Ford on September 4, 2013
Vladimir Putin offers a new variation on "I have gay friends": "I sometimes award them with state prizes!"
By Travis Waldron on August 26, 2013
The NHL's biggest name criticized Russia's new anti-gay law Sunday.
By Travis Waldron on August 23, 2013
Russia attempts to head off resistance during the 2014 Winter Olympics.
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By Zack Ford on August 22, 2013
Russia has committed to enforcing its anti-gay law, but the International Olympic Committee seems to think that means everybody will be safe.
By Zack Ford on August 21, 2013
Russian media has covered the country's anti-gay law on many occasions, but the reporting has regularly attempted to justify its passage.
By Hayes Brown on August 21, 2013
What limits are there when the NSA and tech companies are in agreement? That question has already been answered once with worrying results.
By Zack Ford on August 20, 2013
The Miss Universe Organization has condemned Russia's anti-gay laws, but it's still holding this year's pageant in Moscow.
By Travis Waldron on August 16, 2013
As athletes begin speaking out for LGBT rights in Russia, the head of the United States Olympic Committee tells them to stop.
By Zack Ford on August 16, 2013
A Russian athlete is doing damage control after defending her country's laws banning "gay propaganda."
By Travis Waldron on August 14, 2013
American runner Nick Symmonds challenged Russia's anti-gay law by telling a Russian news outlet that he is dedicating the silver medal he won in Moscow to gay friends.