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Russian Toy Store Accused of Promoting Homosexuality
17.12.2013 09:57
Russian Toy Store Accused of Promoting Homosexuality

A Russian toy store chain in the southern Russian city of Stavropol is currently under investigation for selling a game that promotes homosexual behavior among kids, prosecutors said on Friday.

      The game Fanty, which is based on playing forfeits, seems to violate a new Russian law criminalizing the promotion of “non-traditional sexual relations”. One of the forfeits in the game contains instructions to act out the seduction of members of the same sex like in an erotic film. It important to add that the game is labeled for children 12 and older.

      The investigation has been started on the initiative of a parents committee in Stavropol and a single resident of the city who had filed a complaint after purchasing the game for his children. The Katyusha toy store chain will be informed of the results of the investigation after 30 days, according to the local prosecutor’s office.

Author: Julia Alieva

Tags: Russian children Russian society Russian toy stores gay propaganda ban  

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