Queerty Query

QUESTION: With The Olympics Over, Will We Still Care About Anti-LGBT Bigotry In Russia?

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When Sochi, Russia was announced as the site for the 2014 Winter Olympics, the LGBT community used it as an opportunity to shine a light on the oppression of LGBT people in the region.

Numerous stories of the anti-LGBT bigotry of Russian President Vladimir Putin and his allies were shared with the world, and the LGBT community was horrified by the images that were shared.

Last night though, the Winter Olympics ended and the spotlight on the region will be further dimmed as it will no longer be the stage for one of the biggest events in the world.

With that said, we ask the question to you, Queerty readers: With The Olympics Over, Will We Still Care About Anti-LGBT Bigotry In Russia?