GLOBAL: Russian vodka boycott spreads through gay community - report

By Andy Morton | 30 July 2013

A boycott of Russian vodka in the wake of anti-homosexual legislation has spread across the world, according to reports.

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A boycott of Russian vodka in the wake of anti-homosexual legislation has spread across the world, according to reports.

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