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As growing numbers of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender exiles from Russia move to Sheepshead Bay and other southern Brooklyn neighborhoods, many of them say they have been subjected to intense discrimination by members of older generations who adhere to the harshly conservative principles of their homeland.

After Fleeing Bias at Home, Gay Russians Say It Persists in Brooklyn

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As growing numbers of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender exiles from Russia move to Sheepshead Bay and other southern Brooklyn neighborhoods, many of them say they have been subjected to intense discrimination by members of older generations who adhere to the harshly conservative principles of their homeland.

“We’re surrounded by Russians, but it’s like they’re all frozen in time with these old Soviet values,” said Lyosha Gorshkov, 32, who moved from Russia to Midwood in 2014. “I get nonstop abuse from everyone in the neighborhood: women in my building, men outside of bars, even children.”

On Saturday, about 200 people gathered on the boardwalk for Brighton Beach Pride, a demonstration arranged by RUSA LGBT, an advocacy group. Billed as the nation’s first march for Russian-speaking lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, the rally was led primarily by asylum-seekers but also included others from around New York City.

As a marching band played traditional Slavic music, the crowd chanted in Russian and English and held signs that read “Refuse Fascism,” “Silence = Death” and “Nyet to Homophobia.” Many protesters wore pink triangles, echoing the badges used to identify gay men in Nazi concentration camps.

“Many of us never dreamed of being out in public here,” said Colette Montoya-Sloan, 34, an audio archivist who works at the Lesbian Herstory Archives in the Park Slope section of Brooklyn. “But it’s important to lead grass-roots marches in places where pride isn’t necessarily accepted.”

Masha Gessen, a journalist who fled Russia because of persecution against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, told the crowd, “Pride is political.”

“Pride is about going into a place where it can be frightening,” said Ms. Gessen, 50, who was one of several featured speakers at the rally. Letitia James, the city’s public advocate, was another.

“We need to embrace you in Brighton Beach,” Ms. James said. “It’s critically important. And as the Russian community grows in Brooklyn and all throughout the city, we need to let everyone know that the L.G.B.T. community is welcome there as well.”

The march comes at a crucial moment for Russians seeking asylum in the United States because of their sexual orientation. This year, authorities in Chechnya, a semiautonomous region in Russia, began a violent crackdown on gay men that included kidnappings, torture and killings. Nonetheless, advocacy groups said they expect the United States to deny visas to those attempting to flee that anti-gay campaign.

If such requests are rejected, it would contrast sharply with the situation under President Barack Obama, whose administration adopted several policies meant to protect those seeking asylum because of their sexual orientation. During those years, RUSA LGBT saw its membership skyrocket, said Yelena Goltsman, the group’s founder.

Ms. Goltsman, 54, once lived in Gravesend but moved away years ago because she did not feel comfortable there. Even today, she says, many gay people who live in her old neighborhood are still in the closet.

“It’s certainly better than Russia, but what kind of sanctuary is this if people can’t even live openly here?” said Ms. Goltsman, who now lives in Forest Hills, Queens, with her wife.

For the day, at least, some of them came out of hiding. Andrey, 30, a gay man who moved from Moscow to Midwood seven months ago and declined to provide his surname, said it was the first time he had dressed in drag in public without fear. As he strolled down the boardwalk in a red floral dress and ornamented Russian headdress, he posed with a wide smile for a photographer.

“Don’t I look lovely?” he said.

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Pride marched into Brighton Beach!

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By Julianne Cuba

Brooklyn Paper

They made history in Brighton Beach!

Hundreds of marchers descended on Little Odessa for the first-ever Russian-speaking Pride March on May 20. Brighton Beach is known for its conservative values that many of its immigrant residents brought with them from the former Soviet Union, but marchers proudly stood tall as they walked along the boardwalk to show their neighbors that they refuse to hide, said Luis Santiago, from the group ACT UP New York, which is committed to ending the AIDS crisis.

“There was a great spirit of stepping up and coming out. We are here, and you have to deal with it. We are never going to be invisible,” said 60-year-old Santiago, who came out as gay back in his hometown in Puerto Rico at age 17. “I think it went pretty well. As part of our work, we also support fights against different acts of discrimination that make the fight against AIDS more difficult. Homophobia is one of them.”

Santiago said he has hope for the Russian community, because the overwhelmingly Catholic and Spanish-speaking neighborhoods that he is familiar with have recently come a long way with their tolerance toward the LGBTQ community.

“It reminded me a lot of when I came out in the Hispanic community, Puerto Rico in particular, there was that initial reaction of people. But time goes by, and they learn more about what it is to be gay. Barriers are broken down,” he said. “So I did talk to some of the Russian-speakers — just trust that this is going to change because it happened to us. So I hope the same happens with the Russian-speaking communities.”

Marchers were prepared for the few intolerant slurs they received — and many police officers were standing by in case of trouble — but the pride parade went off without untoward altercations, said organizer Lyosha Gorshkov, from RUSA LGBT, a U.S.-based network of Russian-speaking LGBTQ immigrants and their allies.

“We are making some history there in Brighton Beach. We expected some provocation, but thank God it didn’t happen, and we were well-protected by the police,” said Gorshkov, who identifies as queer and moved from Russia to Midwood in 2014.

And the historic day drew important guests — Public Advocate Tish James marched in support, and Broadway star Josh Daniel from the musical Book of Mormon powerfully sang “We Shall Overcome,” said Gorshkov.

“It was great. He showed up, it was amazing and everybody was very excited,” he said.

Reach reporter Julianne Cuba at (718) 260–4577 or by e-mail at jcuba@cnglocal.com. Follow her on Twitter @julcuba.

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