A Chechnya witness has stepped forward with his harrowing tale of torture and detainment, pressuring the Russian republic to face up to its grisly actions
A secret underground railroad running between Russia and Canada is helping LGBTQ refugees from Chechnya escape violence, but Russia isn’t happy about it
The semi-autonomous Russian region of Chechnya is anti-gay but apparently totally okay with polygamy as a new weird social campaign shows
The Instagram challenge has thousands of men imitating their shirtless leader, but is its sexiness subversive or just pro-Putin?
Last week, news came out about the Russian censorship of translations of the American Fantasy novel series ‘Shades of Magic’ over a bisexual character
Khudoberdi Nurmatov, a gay journalist covering the anti-LGBTQ purge in Chechnya, has temporarily avoided deportation back to his homophobic home country
A source close to the Lithuanian government says that Canada is accepting gay and bi refugees from Chechnya, but why aren’t more European countries helping?
Russia wants to deport gay journalist Khudoberdi Nurmatov, someone who has helped uncover Chechnya’s anti-LGBTQ purge, back to his homophobic home country
In a new 31-page report from the Russia LGBT Network, witnesses describe Chechnya’s continued campaign against LGBTQ people in graphic, damning detail
St. Petersburg, a new/old Russian city, has magnificent sights to see during the day and a lively club scene to experience at night.
The director of a recent Tom of Finland biopic recently said that he would release a pirated version of him film into Russia for political reasons
Gay couple Pavel Tupikov and his partner, Igor Popialkovskii, are fighting German courts against their deportation to homophobic Russia.