An anti-gay youth group has stopped boyband Kazaky performing in order to defend 'traditional values.' None of the current members are gay but they perform shirtless and in stilettos.
A 300-strong protest by a Kyrgyz anti-gay youth group has stopped a boy band's nightclub show, raising fears of increasing homophobia in the Central Asian country.
Members of the Kalys group say they blocked the entrance to Guns'n'Roses nightclub in Bishkek, where the Ukrainian four-piece Kazaky were due to perform, in order to defend "traditional values". The band is known for performing shirtless and in stiletto heels. Read More