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Asked if gay people should hide their sexuality in the city, Pakhomov told the BBC's Panorama program , "No, we just say that it is your business, it's your life. But it's not accepted here in the Caucasus where we live. We do not have them in our city. Pressed on the issue of gays in Sochi, Pakhomov said that, "I am not sure, but I don't bloody know them. You have to wonder, however, if there are no gays in Sochi, then who is going to the gay bars? As opposition leader Boris Nemtsov told the BBC, there are a number of gay bars and clubs in the city.
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Missed Opportunity? Gay Rights Groups Will Steer Clear of Olympics

To the surprise and displeasure of the Kremlin, the Winter Olympics in Sochi have become a rallying cause for the gay rights movement after Russia adopted a law slammed around the world as homophobic. Russian President Vladimir Putin in June signed off on a law that bans the dissemination of so-called "gay propaganda" to minors which activists fear could be used for a broad crackdown on gays. The law was agreed amid increasingly conservative attitudes in Russian politics on moral issues as the country seeks to promote family values and reverse its long term population decline. But the global backlash against the law appeared to take the Kremlin by surprise as activists are making the Games in the Black Sea city the focal point of their anger days before the start of the event. Hashtags like boycottSochi have gained popularity on Twitter, British actor Stephen Fry called for Russia to be stripped of its right to host the Games and Russian officials are being forced to justify the law at every public appearance. This month 15 American and European athletes, including the former tennis star Andy Roddick, wrote an open letter to the new president of the International Olympic Committee Thomas Bach asking for a clear positon on the issue. Russia has insisted there will be no discrimination at the Games against gays, saying that athletes and spectators of any sexuality are welcome to participate or visit Sochi.
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There are no gays in Sochi, says mayor

But seizing the spotlight in Russia when the world fixes its attention there next month also poses a tricky set of challenges — limited visas, little official cooperation from Olympic delegations and concern for the physical security of gay rights activists. So for the most part, gay rights groups will focus their energy elsewhere, staging events around the world and using social media to get the word out about what they describe as the systematic oppression of Russian gays and lesbians. The Human Rights Campaign, the largest gay advocacy group in the United States, will not send staff to Russia for the games — a spokesman cited concerns about security and visa availability — but will use social media to promote an initiative called Love Conquers Hate.
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There were many controversies and concerns affecting the Winter Olympics. There were disputes with Circassians , who demanded the events be cancelled or moved unless Russia apologized for the 19th century Circassian genocide , [1] environmental and economic issues, lack of political stability and governance, and the safety and human rights of LGBT athletes and journalists, in light of Russia's "gay propaganda" laws, which sparked Olympic-focused protests. On 30 January , nine Amnesty International European directors delivered a petition in Moscow to the offices of Russian President Vladimir Putin calling on him to repeal a series of laws restricting the right to freedom of speech , freedom of assembly and freedom of association in the run up to the Winter Olympics. The Russian parliament passed an amnesty bill that freed the imprisoned Pussy Riot singers, the foreign activists amongst Greenpeace 's " Arctic 30 " and the Bolotnaya Square protest.

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