Court bans watching LGBT ballet 18:22

St. The Krasnogvardeisky District Court of St. Petersburg has declared that the distribution of a strange ballet video held at the embassy in Berlin is prohibited. This is St. This was reported by Daria Lebedeva, head of the joint press service of the St. Petersburg courts. telegram channel.

The court found that the video of the conversation contained information that “increases interest in non-traditional relationships”, that is, LGBT (the “LGBT International Social Movement” is recognized as extremist and terrorist and is banned on the territory of the Russian Federation). According to Lebedeva, in the video published on YouTube, it is stated that the time of the ballet coincided with an action against LGBT rights in Russia.

Administrative protocols on May 9 made Regarding online cinemas Wink and Kinopoisk, the reason was LGBT propaganda.
Those services that promote non-traditional relationships on the Internet will face a fine of 1 to 4 million rubles or an administrative suspension of activities for up to 90 days.

Before this, these online cinemas had already been fined for disseminating information about LGBT people to minors. The protocols covered screenings of films with LGBT scenes but without an “18+” sign.

Previously It became known that the Investigative Committee will check Sorokin’s novel “Inheritance”.

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Source: Gazeta


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