St. Petersburg adopted its first human rights ordinance that extended rights to the gay community in 2003. Since that time, protections and benefits for the LGBT community have continued to expand. Since 2012, St. Petersburg has had in place a Domestic Partnership Registry.
Gay St. Petersburg. St. Petersburg was built as Russias window to the west and it remains perhaps the most European part of this enormous nation.
Russian police have detained 25 LGBTQ activists. The protesters held a demonstration in St. Petersburg's Palace Square, after a request to hold a parade was denied, reports Reuters. Waving rainbow
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