RIGA - As the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games approach, discussions of boycotting, protesting, or moving the games have dominated international news recently, due to Russia’s so-called “anti-gay” law. The Russian law prohibits the “promotion” of homosexuality to anyone under 18, but this vague definition is open to authorities’ interpretation: everything from shooting a documentary film, statements of solidarity and a dairy company with a rainbow logo printed on its milk cartons has come under fire under the law.
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