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The Paranormal Finding Hauntings

The Paranormal Finding Hauntings

Location: Sussex, UK

The Paranormal Finding Hauntings Team are proud to be LGBT run group within the UK. If you are interested in all things Paranormal then this is the perfect group to get involved with. If you know any destinations that you believe to have Paranormal happenings please let us know. We are always looking for volunteers to help us on our Investigations. Get in touch. We also have an events page worth looking at...

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Gay Europe, Russia, Saint Petersburg

Below are the countries around the world where PinkUk has any LGBTQ+ venues.
Rights affecting Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning (or queer) (LGBTQ) people vary greatly by country or jurisdiction – encompassing everything from the legal recognition of same-sex marriage to the death penalty for homosexuality. Notably, as of 2020, 30 countries recognize same-sex marriage; they are: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, Denmark, Ecuador, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Luxembourg, Malta, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, the United Kingdom, the United States and Uruguay.
We have 3,022 venues, in 65 countries.


Russia

Though Russia spans Europe and Asia, we have listed it in Europe as most of the LGBTQ+ venues are in the European side of Russia.

Despite prejudice from much of society and authorities, Russia has an established LGBTQ+ scene, particularly in the two leading cities of Moscow and St Petersburg.

Homosexuality is not illegal in Russia. However, under the 2013 Propaganda Law, introduced by President Putin, it is illegal to promote 'non-traditional sexual relationships' in the presence of minors. In reality this means there are no legal LGBTQ+ pride events and speaking openly about LGBTQ+ rights can result in a fine, 15 days’ detainment and/or deportation.

It is generally safe for LGBTQ+ tourists to travel around Russia if you are prepared to stay in the closet and use common sense throughout your visit, especially in public.


County/States

We have 2 Regions in Russia.

Moscow (1 town) |
Saint Petersburg (1 town) |
 

Towns

We have 1 Towns/Cities in Saint Petersburg.

Saint Petersburg (3 venues) |

Next LGBTQ+ prides/events

We have no future LGBTQ+ prides/events in Russia, Saint Petersburg

Venues

bunker saint petersburg
gay venue Bunker
Fontanka Embankment 90, Building 7
Saint Petersburg, Saint Petersburg
Gay Bar
Rating: rating
Updated:
31 May 2021
Bunker, Saint Petersburg is a cruise bar, there's a bar with alcohol and non-alcohol drinks. The meaning of word Cruising is close to the meaning of word browsing. Cruising club cannot be associated [...]
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central station spd saint petersburg
gay venue Central Station Spd
Ulitsa Lomonosova
Saint Petersburg, Saint Petersburg
Gay Club
Rating: rating
Updated:
30 May 2021
Central Station is the main gay club in St. Petersburg, since 2005. It is a Saint-Petersburg's branch of the Moscow bar with the same name. The bar is open daily from 10pm until the morning, the [...]
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malevich saint petersburg
gay venue Malevich
196105, Moskovskiy Prospekt, 109/3
Saint Petersburg, Saint Petersburg
Gay Club
Rating: rating
Updated:
31 May 2021
MALEVICH Club is a private (not public) club for creative and fun persons. We provide cosiness, comfort and safety. Due to our location (far into the courtyard of the Moscow avenue), you can get to [...]
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