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Jakub Paulík
April 28, 2022, 3:00pm
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I'm Not Gay: In a Homophobic Reality Show From Russia, Contestants Guess Who Is Gay

If the contestants 'uncover the gay person', they will split the money among themselves.

Jakub Paulík
April 28, 2022, 3:00pm
Reading time: 0:37
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Russian MP Vitaly Milonov came up with a homophobic reality show called I'm Not Gay. The rules are simple. Eight men locked in one house have to guess which one is homosexual.

 

If the seven competing heterosexuals correctly identify to expose the homosexual, they will share the winning loot 2 million rubles (26,282 euros). However, if they identify the wrong person as a homosexual, the competitor who is gay will get all the money for himself, informs Metro.

 

Vitaly Milonov is known in Russia for his homophobic attitudes. In the BBC's Gay and Under Attack, he stated both that "homosexuality is disgusting" and, conversely, "homophobia is beautiful and natural".

 

The Times editors watched the first episode in which Milonov told the contestants that he "hopes for a quick reveal of the gay contestant". However, the first group failed, and Milonov scolded them with the words: "You killed an innocent person." In other words, he labeled the gay man "guilty".

 

 

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