Since Putin Hates LGBTQ Community, Internet Users Have Started Photoshopping Him With Rainbows

It’s a well known fact that Vladimir Putin is strongly against the LGTBQ community and being gay in Russia is not just complicated, it’s dangerous. “Gay propaganda” is prohibited, and that includes rainbows. Putin a Rainbow site however thinks that rainbows are beautiful and that the world looks much better with more rainbows, not less. The punishment for offenders who distribute, retweet or share these images in Russia is 15 days in prison or a fine of 3,000 rubles.

Rainbow Putin.

Rainbow Putin.

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5 thoughts on “Since Putin Hates LGBTQ Community, Internet Users Have Started Photoshopping Him With Rainbows”

  1. I wonder what each of us is not allowed to see in our own countries. For China it would be Tiannenmen Square and I know the US has pulled access to RT website. But how do we know what we can’t see when we don’t even know about it??

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  2. So you mock Putin by making him look as ridiculous as every transsexual person you’ve ever know .
    Cognitive dissonance much?

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  3. BEST> THING> EVER> TO> EXIST. Memes will kill this man if we (LGBTQIA+) community doesn’t mock him to death first.

  4. It is not exactly risk free to be gay or trance in the nazistate Ukraine (Banderstan, State 404, whatever you call it.) that all of you seem to love nowadays. All those nazis running around being quite hard on people they don’t like… So make some with that clown and war criminal Zelensky…Oh, waut a minute he is ridiculous enough as he is…

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