Almost 30 years after the decriminalization of homosexuality in Russia, LGBTQ+ rights are still being weakened in 2022.

 

Although it is legally possible to live and assume one's homosexuality in Russia, it remains that the current government does nothing to fight against the discrimination, violence and other impunities suffered by people from this minority.

 

On the contrary, in 2013, the Russian government decided to enact an anti-gay law aimed at prohibiting minors from accessing information relating to “non-traditional sexual relationships”.

 

Young Russians accepting their differences are not as optimistic as their elders could be. While showing courage, they share their stories and hopes for the future of their community.