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Russian 100 Notes: Week of 2/27

by: Sarah Jessica Harris

Russian 100 Notes: Week of 2/27 637747

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Sarah Jessica Harris
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GPA 3.22

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Russian 100
Irene Hurd
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sarah Jessica Harris on Wednesday April 27, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 637747 at Pennsylvania State University Altoona taught by Irene Hurd in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 22 views. For similar materials see Russian 100 in Russian at Pennsylvania State University Altoona.

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Date Created: 04/27/16
Russian 100 Notes: Week of 4/27/16  The following material will also be on the Russian 100 Final Test. I recommend  using this set along with the RUS100 Final Test Study Guide.      ● Gun restrictions  ­cannot take a gun to schools, mass gatherings, anywhere that serves alcohol,   etc..  ­cannot carry a gun while under the influence of alcohol  ● Russians must have a licence to carry a gun  ● Many Russians purchase guns for hunting purposes  ● The gay community coming out in Russia is called the “lavenders”  ● Gay men are called “blues” and gay women are called “pinks”  ● Coming out has become trendy in Russia over the past ten years  ● The majority of the Russian people are extremely conservative (misinformed,  intolerant)  ● In 1993, the law stating that homosexuality was a crime, was lifted by Yeltsin.  ● In 2007, openly gay people wanted to have a parade in Moscow. The mayor  refused, calling them “satanic”  ● In Moscow, gay parades were banned for 100 years (starting in 2012/2013)  ● The reason given for this strict ban was because they said that the majority of the  population is not okay with the LGBTQ community  ● ***These people are at least 60% ultra conservative  ● It is very difficult for young people to come out and tell their parents about their  sexuality. In the small towns, they keep a low profile  ● The majority of the population in Russia still believe that homosexuality cannot  be justified  ● The Gay Propaganda Bill, was put into place to “protect” children under the age  of 18  ● The church called the legalization of same sex marriage a very dangerous sign of  the start of the apocalypse  


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