A rally for LGBT rights in St. Petersburg, Russia, in 2013
Russia's parliament on November 24 passed the third and final reading of a law that expands an existing ban on promoting "LGBT propaganda" to children by banning it among people of all ages. Under the new law any event or act regarded as an attempt to promote homosexuality -- including online, in film, books, advertising, or in public -- could incur a heavy fine. The fine will be up to $6,600 for individuals and $82,100 for legal entities. To read the original story from Reuters, click here .