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Russia’s highest court designates “international LGBT movement” an extremist organization

  The Russian Supreme Court has ruled that the "international LGBT movement"  is an extremist organization  that is no longer allo...

 The Russian Supreme Court has ruled that the "international LGBT movement" is an extremist organization that is no longer allowed to exist in Russia.

In a closed hearing attended only by representatives of Russia's Justice Ministry, the Russian Supreme Court heard a motion originally filed on Nov. 19 challenging the allowance of the international LGBT movement in Russia.

Journalists who were allowed to view the proceedings in exclusion reported that the ministry described the international LGBT movement as causing "social and religious discord" throughout the world.

Previously, Russia has banned various groups of people, ideologies, and ideas that are deemed to be without any strictly defined structure or membership. In 2018, as one example, President Vladimir Putin signed a law banning so-called "Columbine communities" that supposedly promote school shootings.

After Russia began its special military operation Ukraine in February 2022, it proceeded to crack down on LGBT activities within its borders, which hinged on the spread of transgenderism and child mutilation in the United States and other Western countries.  

On Dec. 5, 2022, the Russian government passed legislation banning all public expression of LGBT identity in Russia, meaning LGBTs must keep their perversions to themselves. That same law also bans all "propaganda" related to "nontraditional sexual relations" in the media.

Russia bans transgenders, "gender-affirming care"

This past summer, Russia took aim at the transgender movement directly by banning all "gender-affirming care" throughout Russia. This was an extension of the Putin-led crusade against LGBT perversion, which has been rhetorically linked to the conflict in Ukraine.

At a ceremony held on Sept. 30, 2022, Putin made remarks against LGBT perversion as part of a formal announcement about the annexation of Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia, Donetsk, Luhansk, and Kherson oblasts.

"Do we really want perversions that lead to degradation and extinction to be imposed in our schools from the primary grades?" Putin remarked during the address.

This latest move to ban the international LGBT movement in Russia means that Putin is attempting to finalize the total eradication of LGBT perversion in Russia.

"I think this will mean that anyone whom the state considers an LGBT activist could receive a long prison sentence for 'participating in an extremist organization,'" commented Sergei Troshin, a municipal deputy in St. Petersburg who "came out" as homosexual last year.

"There is panic in Russia's LGBT community. People are emigrating urgently. The actual word we're using is evacuation. We're having to evacuate from our own country."

Three years ago, Russia's constitution was amended to explicitly define marriage as a union between one man and one woman with no recognition of same-sex unions.

In 2013, Russia passed a law prohibiting "propaganda [amongst minors] of non-traditional sexual relations."

As of now, all mention of anything LGBT is now prohibited in Russian media. In early November, a Russian television channel altered an LGBT "rainbow" that appeared in a South Korean pop music video to avoid being accused of violating Russia's "gay propaganda" law.

When asked how Russia will enforce the ban on the international LGBT movement, Vitaly Milonov, a conservative member of Russia's parliament, stated that Russia's government "can ban any activities from LGBT international organizations here in Russia."

"That's nice. We don't need them," he added.

The move comes ahead of Putin's expected announcement that he will seek reelection in the upcoming March 2024 presidential election in Russia. For the past 24 years, Putin has controlled Russia and one of his primary platform positions has been that he is a defender of "Russian traditional values" that are under attack by movements like LGBT that seek to deconstruct those values and replace them with perversion.

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