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Homophobic Russian Politician Presents New Reality Show ‘I’m Not Gay’

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What do you get when you put eight Russian men into a country house and have them try to figure out which one is gay? A new homophobic Russian reality show of course.Vitaly Milonov, a politician affiliated with the far-right United Russia party and best known for his extreme homophobic rhetoric, is presenting the new online series I’m Not Gay and was featured in the first episode.Milonov was the principal sponsor of Russia’s “Gay Propaganda Law,” which prohibits the distribution of pro-LGBTQ material.

These materials are any which  “raises interest in…non-traditional sexual predispositions,” or  include “distorted ideas about the equal social value of traditional and non-traditional sexual relationships.”The show has eight men living together as they try and figure out which one is gay.

Each episode concludes with one contestant being voted out of the house when they are believed by the others to be gay.If the men correctly guess the gay man amongst them they will share a grand prize of two million rubles.

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