The badly misnamed Russian Ministry of Justice has forbidden an organization in that country from establishing a Pride House for gay and lesbian athletes during the 2014 Winter Olympic games, and a Russian court has upheld that decision — using arguments that sound remarkably like the rhetoric from anti-gay groups in the United States.
The aims of the organization contradict the basics of public morality and the policy of the state in the area of family motherhood and childhood protection. The activities of the [Pride House] movement leads to propaganda of non-traditional sexual orientation which can undermine the security of the Russian society and the state, provoke social-religious hatred, which is the feature of the extremist character of the activity.
Moreover it can undermine the sovereignty and the territorial integrity of the Russian Federation due to the decrease of Russia’s population.
Such aims as creating an understanding of the necessity to fight against homophobia and the creation of positive attitudes towards LGBT sportsmen contradicts with the basics of public morality because they are directed towards the increase of the number of citizens of sexual minorities which breaches the understanding of good and evil, good and bad, vice and virtue.
Substitute America for Russia and that could have been written by Tony Perkins, Matt Barber or any other American bigot.