On a March 14 trip to Russia, British actor/author Stephen Fry heard from LGBT activists about the increase in anti-gay violence since the passage of St. Petersburg’s “gay propaganda” law, which the Russian parliament is considering extending nationwide.
Fry said, “Although I’ve been horrified and upset, and angry at the brutish tyranny of the so many of the homophobic people who are supported by the government, what has touched me much more has been the work of the [LGBT] activists … and the people who stand up to bullying, stand up to homophobia, stand up to name calling, stand up to violence. And they do so, because they are proud of who they are. And they know they have the dignity and all the rights that any human being should have. And in time Russia will know that too,” Coming Out St. Petersburg reported.
Fry was in Russia to film…
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