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Although same-sex sexual activity between consenting adults in private was decriminalized in ,  homosexuality is disapproved of by most Russians, and same-sex couples and households headed by same-sex couples are ineligible for the legal protections available to opposite-sex couples. There are currently no separate laws prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation in Russia. Transgender people are allowed to change their legal gender following sex reassignment surgery ; however, there are currently no laws prohibiting discrimination based on gender identity or expression, and recent laws could discriminate against transgender residents. Homosexuality has been declassified as a mental illness since , and although gay and lesbian individuals are legally allowed to serve openly in the military, there is a de facto " Don't ask, don't tell " policy. Russia has long held strongly negative views regarding homosexuality, with recent polls indicating that a majority of Russians are against the acceptance of homosexuality and have shown support for laws discriminating against homosexuals. Despite receiving international criticism for the recent increase in social discrimination, crimes, and violence against homosexuals, larger cities such as Moscow  and Saint Petersburg  have been said to have a thriving LGBT community.
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Russia's gay rights problem - CBS News
I remember my first ones. Somehow, my year-old brain made the connection and I knew two things: I was not alone, and I was a criminal. A year or so later, this was confirmed when I heard that a famous theatre director was facing prosecution for having sex with a young man. A friend from Leningrad recalls reading, at the age of 16, a textbook on sexual pathology.
'Beaten And Tasered': One Man Opens Up About Being Gay In Russia
Being lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender is becoming easier in most countries, as the modern world becomes more accepting of something that is natural. However, some nations openly speak out about their disapproval of homosexuality. Russia, being a prime example. Recently, in one province, Chechnya, there were rumours of 'concentration camps' being set up to either 'treat' or murder gay men - although authorities denied all knowledge of their existence.
Lesbian sex has never been a crime in any part of Russia or the Soviet Union. Sex between men, on the other hand, has faced more persecution. Under the Orthodox Church in the 15th and 16th centuries, sex between men was considered a sin. But even then, believers could use confession and were rarely disciplined. There was no state law against sodomy until , when Peter the Great decided to westernize the empire.