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Watch: 2 Russian men held hands in public. People reacted horribly.

I was actually afraid for them.

"Russia is notoriously bad when it comes to gay rights. But when two Russian men decided to hold hands in public to see how people would react, they got some particularly bad — even violent — reactions.

In the video by ChebuRussiaTV, two men walk down the streets of Moscow while holding hands. People give them weird looks, swear at them, purposely bump into them, and — at the three-minute mark — forcefully push them apart and try to start a fight.

The video is at times very hard to watch. But what's even more unfortunate is that it represents Russians' views of gay people."

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by Anonymousreply 4Last Wednesday at 1:20 PM

Very brave of those two guys. Those people on the street can be/are violent. Russia has become a fascist state with Putin as Fuhrer. All of the media is state controlled and feeds the Russians a steady diet of propaganda with lots of homophobia. I don't see anything good in the future.

by Anonymousreply 107/13/2015

I wonder if people would have reacted differently if they were strapping and attractive

by Anonymousreply 207/13/2015

Here's the video. Put on subtitles.

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by Anonymousreply 307/13/2015

If they had been hot, nobody would have complained.

by Anonymousreply 4Last Wednesday at 1:20 PM
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