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The report analyzes the authorities’ overall lack of a proper response to such violence.
LGBT people in Russia face stigma, harassment, and violence in their everyday lives, and most people who spoke with Human Rights Watch said that this intensified in 2013.
In other cases, LGBT people described being physically attacked by strangers on the subway, on the street, at nightclubs, and, in one case, at a job interview.It is based on 94 interviews with LGBT people and activists from 16 cities and towns in Russia.LGBT people and activists described the types of abuse they were subjected to and the obstacles they encounter when they seek redress.In some cases public officials have engaged in explicit anti-LGBT hate speech.
This inaction has only served to perpetuate the cycle of discrimination, harassment, and violence.
Twenty-two victims interviewed by Human Rights Watch told us they developed anxiety and became depressed as a result of the attacks.