Gay right activists around the world have called for boycott of Sochi Olympic Games for their intolerance of gays. The Russia's anti-gay laws were introduced in 2013 and are meant to punish any "gay propaganda". In reality, though, any "coming out" or any favorable public speaking about same-gender relationships is classified as gay propaganda in Russia and can get you in prison for up to 3 years. In other words, one can be gay in Russia but one can't speak about it or otherwise show his true colors in public. The Russia's gay intolerance was one of the reasons many heads of state (including Barack Obama and Angela Merkel) chose NOT to attend these games.
Before the beginning of Sochi Olympics Putin said that even gay athletes are welcome in Sochi as long as they "behave like normal people and don't emphasize their orientation". And, surprise, surprise... yesterday the first openly gay athlete - Dutch speedskater Ireen Wust - got the gold medal.
Photoshop how Sochi Olympics would be different if they totally embraced gay rights, welcomed openly gay athletes, and allowed any "gay propaganda".