If those bloggers and reporters need a good place to start with covering the other sides of the Moscow Pride story, this editorial would be the place.Some excerpts from the Moscow News: The failure by gay rights activists to hold a march in Moscow on Saturday, and the now-ritual beating of LGBT protestors by police, ultra-nationalists and Orthodox fundamentalists, comes as a blow to hopes that a post-Luzhkov City Hall would finally allow the march to go ahead. But the prejudices fed by a largely intolerant mainstream media need to be challenged by more than publicity stunts and annual visits to Moscow by international LGBT celebrity protestors.I bought a copy yesterday at the Safeway on Market and Church Streets after noticing the teaser on the cover: Government insider reveals: Bin Laden's Secret Gay Life!There will probably be a San Francisco-gay connection in the story, I thought. The tabloid alleges a Houston-gay link dating back to the 1980s.No matter how you choose to word it, being single was never in my plans.
They should be part of a wider campaign for a more just and tolerant society.
Bid Laden couldn't afford the cab fare and was dependent on the aide's small act of generosity to get him to the gay club?
Just one more bit of wacky gossip from the Globe and its crazy story.
Enjoy the amenities and lifestyle you have been waiting for.
There are picturesque paths at every turn, flowering urns and sparkling fountains, and a charming pedestrian bridge at Chianti Pond.
The strategy of Nikolai Alexeyev, the main organiser of Moscow’s gay marches, to appeal for Russian authorities to obey European laws on equal rights but not to link up the struggle for equality with a wider alliance of social protest movements, seems to be coming unstuck.