PHOTOS: In-Your-Face Pride and Protest

Russia's antigay laws seem to be having the opposite of their intended effect: The world is rallying for LGBT rights, and Pride celebrations are getting wilder and more outrageous.



Participants  in Nepal's Fourth International Gay Pride parade in Kathmandu.


Canadian employment and multiculturalism minister Jason Kenney (left) and new immigration minister Chris Alexander last Friday during the announcement of the site where a monument for the victims of Communism will be built in Ottawa. Alexander, who once worked at his country's embassy in Moscow, spoke out against the Russian antigay law. "I think it's important to keep speaking up against the voices in Russia that have taken the wrong position on this issue. We will continue to do that," Alexander said.

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