14.09.13 The solidarity protest action against homophobia and transphobia took place in Moscow and Paris

on photo: Masha Bast, Red Square, Moscow 13/09/2013

The solidarity protest action "Silence = Death to Russia",  against homophobia and transphobia  took place September 13 in Moscow on Red Square and in Paris on  Trocadero Square. The protest action was directed to against the discrimination of LGBT people in Russia and in support of transgender Roman Sorokin, who is a seeker of political asylum in France.


On Friday, September 13, 2013 human rights defender and lawyer Masha Bast came to Red Square to protest against Russian anti-gay law, which was signed by Russian President Vladimir Putin's and against the persecution of LGBT-people in Russia.

The main slogans of the action in Moscow were "Stop discrimination against LGBT," "Roman Sorokin, we support you in Russia" and "Against Homophobia and Transphobia in Russia", "Masha Bast solidarity with the LGBT community."


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