We heard about the impressive Orthodox traditions of Russia and their church. We have heard of the last bastion of normalcy as well as the horde of priests who often forget exactly what their position is and what their responsibility to God is. We remember that a priest must above all take care of his brothers and live in deprivation, but isn’t it a deprivation to live in the old model limousines of the German automobile industry? The Orthodox Russian fights against everything the decadent West brings.
The Russian Federation has repeatedly expressed its “warm attitude” against different types of sexuality, gender division and any other complex words that may appear in the dictionary. The protection of the Christian family is their primary goal, and at many times it becomes something like a second Stalingrad. To be different in Russia, especially if you don’t have the blessing of the state’s premier, is to be hated.
Gays, like serial killers, cannot exist in the former USSR, that’s western propaganda. He offers his editor another story to include this gender minority, who are repeatedly harassed and often their very lives are in great danger.
It is known that in Russia lives the so-called good gang, which is engaged in finding gays on Grindr and Hornet, and after arranging a meeting and visiting their homes, a whole punitive but good brigade comes to express its position of strength and then to start with extortion and robbery. Interestingly, most gangs at the time were very keen on kicking all homosexuality out of Russia.
Interestingly, it is always the country that can offer an answer to any problem, in many respects we will talk about tea or other interesting elements of the Mendelean table, but Vadim is interested in people who have tried to heal their gender attitude. The police also help, especially if there are gay parade attempts in Moscow. In such interesting initiatives, tough heterosexual love and Christian worth will be felt in the form of a stick, detention in custody, additional gags and many other surprises.
Vadim also admits another very particular practice: hatred towards others is extremely well cultivated. Even as a student, he remembers explaining exactly how much he hated gay people. He then avoided all streets known to have such clubs, and the word gay and its derivative was used as an offensive epithet.
Anyone with long hair is considered gay, anyone with slightly different mannerisms will cross over. Vadim himself remembers Zhdanov’s description as tragic – he describes him as a lonely loser. Homophobia is simply brought up, and if someone decides they have the right to love or reveal their feelings in public, those around them strongly take it as a pure threat. There have been so many humiliations over the years that it would be difficult to categorize them precisely.
State television even reported that the organs of homosexuals cannot be transplanted and that it is better to burn and bury them, as if they were a vampire coming out and descending, infecting homosexuality. and others around him. Patriarch Kirill is also in on it, especially since he claims that homosexuality is just a waste of morality.
Many would try anything to forget the shame and the attitude of the doctors who literally bothered them, but the method itself also deserves attention. First, we will find that hypnosis was used, which helped to create a sexual psychological void – where gay men stopped caring about other men and focused directly on women.
At one of the clinics, clips of patients who had recovered played constantly. Psychiatric care was supplemented with high doses of caffeine and apomorphine, a drug used to induce vomiting. Such was injected into the patient while watching gay porn videos. The official version is that no medicine was ever provided to patients.
In the second phase of treatment, the patient will have to increase his attraction to women, which includes viewing heterosexual porn. For homework, the patient must write in a notebook all the beautiful women he has seen on the street. In the final phase, the patient must have sex with a woman and then describe the whole experience to the doctor. This is the modern medical procedure for treating homosexuality in Russia. It is most likely practiced until now, although we are sure that fewer and fewer people are willing to ask for such help.
It is obvious that the Russian Federation not only does not know how to take the idea of a different sexual orientation – we do not know if it should be called a different, alternative or other orientation, but it does not have any meaning. matter at all, the important thing is that the bad west can’t poison the tough and pragmatic east. So how do such clinics continue to exist to treat something the World Health Organization has called a disease?
Photo: Moscow Pride 2008.