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Russia's gay community

An interesting article from the Washington Post:

Rights Movement Divides Russia's Gay Community

Most Seem to Favor Low-Key Approach Over Confrontational One

MOSCOW -- Elena Gusyatinskaya's tiny apartment in the drab northwestern outskirts of Moscow holds a special place in the city's gay subculture. Her living room is really a gay-themed library, lined to the ceiling with books, manuscripts, magazines, movies and many-colored binders of newspaper clippings. She also offers a particular kind of public service: storage space for personal diaries that closeted gay men and lesbians are afraid to keep at home.

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