In 1716 Tsar Peter the Great of Russia was the first to admit an anti-gay law to the country's legislation.
After the decriminalization in 1993, Russia is again on the prowl to make gay rights illegal.
In 2013 starting with the right to talk about homosexuality and to have gay rallies.

For the exhibition about Peter the Great in the Amsterdam Hermitage, in honor of the 400 years of good will between the Netherlands and Russia, Rietveld students were asked to make pieces to fill up a small film program. This was my admission.

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