Arkady Gyngazov has left his position at the club and come to the U.S., as he says he feels unsafe in Russia.
Citizens should vote on the matter in a referendum, says church spokesman Vsevolod Chaplin.
The nationwide ban on so-called gay propaganda doesn't go far enough because the very existence of gay people is a threat to children, claims Ivan Okhlobystin.
Although the prime minister used derogatory words to refer to and equate gay people and the mentally handicapped, he was actually calling for marginal tolerance.
Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni said he won't be pressured to sign into law a bill that would mandate life imprisonment for LGBT people.
After the Ugandan parliament abruptly passed a bill that imposes lifelong jail sentences for homosexuality, LGBT activists are determined to stay strong.
The activist got in trouble for holding a pro-gay sign in a public square.
A Russian toy store chain may have violated the country's so-called gay propaganda ban by selling a controversial game.