Kyrill Egor visits a Sterligov store with a sign in the window that says "No faggots allowed!" He expects employees to be outraged when he tells them he's gay, but is pleasantly surprised when he finds out they are reasonable people.
In Russia, an organic bread store chain is appealing to customers with homophobic messaging. It's the brainchild of a bizarre businessman who, seemingly, is not afraid of legal repercussions.
DW presents portraits of gay men and women in Russia, where homophobia is widespread. Our subjects tell their stories to DW's Moscow correspondent, Juri Rescheto.
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