August 1st, 2013
10:43 PM ET

Olympians speak out on Russia's anti-gay laws

Russia's sports minister says the country won't suspend its anti-gay laws during the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, despite growing international pressure.

Why dumping vodka to protest anti-gay laws might not work

It means gay athletes, coaches and fans could be arrested and deported.

Kyung Lah spoke to some athletes who are speaking out against the law.

Filed under: International • LGBT • News • Sports
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  1. Brad Simmons

    Lovely, they'll let a traitor seeking asylum there but don't dare anyone be gay. No wonder they're no longer a player among world powers. And who the heck approved the games to be held there with crap laws like that anyway?!?

    August 2, 2013 at 2:20 am | Reply

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