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So I mentioned that this post was going to be a little different, and by that I mean that there’s a bit of a political side to this rather than just admiring the sexiness of Olympic Speed Skater Blake Skjellerup.

You’ve probably seen some of the news about the 2014 Winter Olympics taking place in Sochi and the anti-LGBT laws potentially affecting participants and spectators.

There are mixed messages coming out about this, the IOC (International Olypic Committee) has said that they have had assurances from the “highest” in the Russian Government that people will not be affected by the laws. Then Russia stated that they would be, that the law covers all expression of LGBT issues in their country. Then a member of the IOC repeated that too, stating that they have to willingly comply with the laws of the host nation.

It gets better! British writer, actor and comedian Stephen Fry joined the campaign asking the Prime Minister to take a stand for the UK, and the PM replied that a boycott wouldn’t help, but no mention of any positive action that could be taken.

Fry then went on to suggest that athletes use an arm gesture to show solidarity to LGBT Russians, which many have jumped on. But the IOC has now pointed out that they punish any athletes using the games for any political expression…

It seems to me that all options are being closed off, and the world (and specifically the IOC) are willing to ignore the Human Rights abuses in Russia so they can have their games and make lots of money.

What is there left to do? How about boycotting the sponsors? The IOC, Russia nor any government can do anything about that at all. Coca-Cola and McDonalds are the most prominent sponsors of the event, so a global boycott of their brands reported across the gay media might help to put pressure on the IOC to really take a stand.

What are your thoughts on this? And do you agree with Blake Skjellerup that athletes should attend and be vocal, risking arrest and risking a backlash from the IOC too?

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  6 Responses to “Sexy Olympic Skater Blake Skjellerup And The Sochi Olympics”

  1. By all means attend. Do the best you can. Excel. Win as much gold as you can. Then…REFUSE the medal. You have won. You have raised the issue. No one can take anything from you that you have freely REFUSED.

  2. I think it just shows our world is filled with soooooo much hatred, it is scary…God help us

  3. via a talk with Lance Black ( he won the Oscar for screen writing “Milk”) he said even the opening ceremonies will be about Russia and not what’s wrong in that country..I thought about it and no matter how you dress it up the problem will exist, so I will not be watching.Nowadays the only way for anyone to listen is through their “WALLETS”..NBC the network that owns the rights in the usa will hear us.

  4. Yes, this is a good idea too, make sure those TV networks broadcasting it are made aware of the public opinion. I guess they should also be included in any boycott efforts.

  5. It is quite worrying that we’re still seeing this nonsense in 2013. Things have moved along in several nations, but it’s so slow compared to other movements. It seems that every time one nation becomes equal, another goes back by twenty years.

  6. I’ve been seeing some of the things athletes are planning or doing (currently in Moscow for athletics) and it’s all rather pathetic. One athlete painted her nails in rainbow colors, and another made some statement after about it being “for LGBT people” – it’s all complete rubbish, half-arsed attempts to keep the LGBT fans happy while not making any real statement themselves and taking no real risks to raise the issue. Every time I see another athlete talking about it, I just think to myself that they’re spineless.

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