Chain Of Russian Shops Brings Homophobia Into The Open

Sign: No pederasts allowed

ST. PETERSBURG — A small but growing chain of throwback shops in Russia recently gained notoriety because each of its dozen or so outlets prominently displayed a crudely homophobic sign in the window declaring, “No pederasts allowed.”

Now, one branch has gone a step further. Local media say the Bread And Salt shop in the central city of Kirov is selling hand-carved wooden signs with the slogan for 2,000 rubles ($35).

  • BillyHW

    It seems to me they have more freedom of speech in Russia now than they have here.

    • I wouldn’t go so far as to say that but I will say that the cake-lawsuit crowd must be pi$$ed.

      • UCSPanther

        We can point to Russia and say “This could be you, and it will be if you don’t knock it off.”

        • Russians make it plain who they like and don’t like.

          I wonder why the leftists with their penchant for hate-ons can’t appreciate that.

  • robins111

    I think we should load up every participant of the Gay Pride movement onto planes and send them over there to protest. That’ll show those meanies. Plus that Putin can re-open some tourist attractions in Siberia to accomodate them.

    • We can solve these parade problems by carefully scheduling certain events on the same days, same times and same locations.

      Russian Pride Day With Chechen Pride Day converging on the gay parade that only moments ago was subsumed by the black racists of Black Lives Matter.

      • Alain

        The only thing required is to put an end to mandatory public funding of them. It is outrageous that tax payers are obligated to fund any kind of parade against their wishes.

        • Exactly.

          If one needs public funding for this sort of thing, how important could it be?

  • So Russia is doing things right. Pedagogues in the U.S. would do well to pay attention and learn. Not everything in the U.S. or the West is superior to cultures everywhere else — like every culture the U.S. has its inherent flaws. Speaking from experience, the traditional family structure in Western developed countries is a total disaster compared to many other places. Much of it due to the politicization of sex.

  • Millie_Woods

    Can’t say I blame them. The wests gay-tolerance experiment has been an unmitigated disaster.

    • Alain

      Yes, it went from being declared legal to mandatory and not just in California.

  • Tooth&Claw

    I don’t see that as homophobic. I see that as protecting male children.

    • Plus in the West we have the phenomenon of heterosexual and even female “pederasty”. The vast majority of teachers forced to teach homosexual sex to children in our school system are in fact female and heterosexual. Pedophilia has gone mainstream and mandated by Government. Teachers have to do it or they lose their jobs.

  • UCSPanther

    In the Soviet Union, male homosexuality was punishable by five years in the gulag, and female homosexuality was frequently punished by commitment to asylums.

    • Yet these things existed in the gulags.

    • Alain

      However the Soviet Union is long dead, and Russia does not criminalise consenting adult homosexuals. At the same time Russia rejects the radical homosexual agenda whereby it must be sanctioned by the state and endorsed by everyone like it or not. It is unfortunate that the rot in the West is so deep that we even try to impose our perversions on the rest of the world.

  • Kathy Prendergast

    Why is it considered “homophobic” to be against grown men having sex with boys?