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The report also draws from relevant court materials, medical reports and local media articles. Pseudonyms are represented by a first name and initial throughout the report. First and last names were used when requested, primarily in the case of LGBT rights activists who were willing to disclose their names and affiliations. Background Climate of Homophobia Kyrgyzstan decriminalized consensual sex between men inwith the adoption of a new criminal code.

Before Kyrgyzstan became independent inonly 0. Social expectations, particularly in rural areas, also promote masculine gender expression, which includes short hair, wearing dark colors, and demonstrating physical strength. It is against strong social conformity that a climate of homophobia in Kyrgyzstan emerges. Ufck Against LGBT People The scope of this report is limited to documenting violence and extortion against gay and tk men by police, but LGBT people and activists may also face violence, discrimination, and kyrgyzstxn by members of their families and the public. For example, from January through Kyrgyzzstanthe Bishkek-based LGBT organizations Labrys and Kyrgyz Indigo documented at least 11 attacks on lesbian, gay and bisexual people based on their sexual orientation.

Of these, five gay men and two lesbians were victims of police abuse. Police arbitrarily detained all five of the gay men in public places and forced them under threat of disclosure of their sexual orientation to hand over money. In four other cases, the perpetrators were unidentified assailants. In one case from Julyfour men followed a year-old gay man as he left a store, dragged him into a nearby botanical garden in Bishkek, and raped and beat him, breaking his hand and giving him a fudk. The man did not report this incident to the police. One attacker hit her with a glass bottle, giving her a kyrgyzsttan.

When police arrived they told Abylgazieva that she should not expect anything less from perpetrators because she is a lesbian. One Ruck the waiters punched the Labrys board jn in the jaw. The men did not report the incident to the police, out of fear for their safety. The man from Osh moved to Bishkek fearing further violence. Minority groups, including ethnic Uzbeks, ufck users [9]sex workers [10]as well as LGBT people [11]are particularly vulnerable to violence and extortion on ti part of law enforcement officials. The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe OSCE has reported that it received reports about arbitrary arrests, extortion and abuse by police in Kyrgyzstan throughout Asz expert stressed that more should be done to involve community leaders, NGOs, local governments, and political leaders in shaping police reform.

In cases, investigators refused Ass to fuck in kyrgyzstan open criminal investigations into the complaints. Twenty cases were kyrgyzdtan to court; but only 11 police officers were convicted. For instance, the US government has on a number of occasions expressed concern about widespread use of torture in Kyrgyzstan. Currently there are two civil society initiatives underway which are aimed at improving the quality of police work. The other initiative developed guidelines for the police for interacting with groups that are vulnerable to HIV. However, neither of these initiatives specifically addresses police abuses against LGBT people.

Six of these groups are located in Bishkek, two in the northern city of Talas, two in the southern city of Osh and one in Karabalta, near Bishkek. In recent years, these groups have made significant strides in making LGBT rights in Kyrgyzstan more visible nationally and internationally. In addition, infor the first time, the former ombudsman of Kyrgyzstan, Tursunbek Akun, added a section on LGBT rights to his annual human rights report. Police Violence, Threats, and Extortion Most of the 40 gay or bisexual men Human Rights Watch interviewed for this report in four different cities in Kyrgyzstan reported physical abuse, threats, or extortion, or a combination of these abuses during one or multiple encounters with the police or other law enforcement agents from to Two of those who reported abuse were 17 years old at the time of the abuse.

Many of those interviewed also reported physical violence while in police detention, including being punched, kicked, beaten with a gun butt, or other objects. Six of the interviewees, including one of the year-old boys, reported being raped with an object or being forced by officers or other detainees to perform sexual acts. In some cases this treatment rose to the level of torture. Most of the interviewees also reported threats of death or physical violence, including threats of death, rape, arrest, or disclosure of sexual orientation. All of the gay and bisexual men interviewed by Human Rights Watch who had been detained by police also stated that police officers humiliated them, verbally assaulted them, and used offensive language related to their sexual orientation, ethnicity, or both.

Most of the gay and bisexual men interviewed by Human Rights Watch said that the police threatened to disclose their sexual orientation to their family members, employers, university administration or others. Many of the men interviewed by Human Rights Watch who had been detained by police reported that they were arbitrarily deprived of their liberty. In the cases documented by Human Rights Watch, police often detained the men arbitrarily and subjected them to a number of serious violations of their basic and due process rights guaranteed under national and international law.

Under Kyrgyzstan law, whenever the police bring a person into custody, the time and the name of the individual must be recorded in a protocol of administrative detention. After three hours, police are required to draw up a protocol of administrative violation or release the person. Most of the gay and bisexual men interviewed by Human Rights Watch who had been detained by the police reported that they experienced ill-treatment during the first hours of their detention. In only two cases, people interviewed by Human Rights Watch filed complaints with the authorities about police abuse. Some of the interviewees who are ethnic Uzbek told Human Rights Watch that the police made specific references both to their ethnicity as well as their sexual orientation when ill-treating them or attempting extort money from them.

In some instances in which police approached groups of men they suspected were gay, they only detained ethnic Uzbeks. Human Rights Watch has documented dozens of cases of arbitrary detentions and ill-treatment of ethnic Uzbeks in southern Kyrgyzstan, in the wake of the interethnic violence in that region. Several of these cases are described in this section. Two of these interviewees were 17 years old at the time of the abuse. Police also raped or committed other acts of sexual violence against six of these people, including one of the year-old boys. Police also threatened all of these men and boys with further violence, including in some cases with death or rape.

In some cases, the treatment rose to a level of severity to constitute torture, which is prohibited under both Kyrgyzstan and international law. Police in different districts in a town in southern Kyrgyzstan detained, beat, and threatened with death year-old Fathullo F. Each time police detained and beat Fathullo F. In one incident in MayFathullo F. According to Fathullo F. They dictated what I had to write. Kyrgyzstan law does not criminalize consensual sex between men, but some police officers, exploiting the likely possibility that men, particularly in southern Kyrgyzstan, do not know the law in full, use the threat of charges under such a law in order to pressure gay men to give them money or to provide contact information for other gay men.

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They Ass to fuck in kyrgyzstan Fathullo F. At the time of the interview with Human Rights Watch, which took place more than three months after the incident, Fathullo F. He described the experience to Human Rights Watch: Everyone in the minivan was watching. They [the police] were rude to me and told me to get out. They pushed me into their car. One of them hit me in the chest with his elbow. A man sitting in front of the car accused me of raping him many times. I had never met this man and told the police this. They said that they will call a witness [who could confirm the allegations], and then [one of them] hit me with his elbow again.

Police detained, beat, and extorted money from year-old Mansur M. When we came to the police station … they started calling me a Sart [a derogatory term in Kyrgyz for an ethnic Uzbek] and faggot. A tall police officer pressed hard on my shoulder. They told me that they will prosecute me for sodomy. An [ethnic] Uzbek officer helped me get out. As I was leaving the office, an [ethnic] Ass to fuck in kyrgyzstan officer grabbed me by the hair and slammed my head against the wall. He changed his phone number and now avoids going to the district where he was detained. A friend of Mansur M. He was agitated and worried that someone may overhear the interview, and he walked in and out of the interview location to check whether anyone was watching or listening.

In late summertwo plain-clothed police officers detained him and two of his gay acquaintances in a park after two other gay men, who were with the police officers, pointed at Isroil I. Police promptly took all five men to the station. The police then used this statement to extort money from him, threatening to tell his family about Pvp matchmaking sexual orientation, something that he particularly feared. He told Human Rights Watch: It was the worst thing for me when they threatened to tell my family. I have brothers who are very religious.

One word and this would be death [for me]. I wrote what the police told me to write. I was scared that they would tell my family. I wrote my name and address. They threatened me and then let me go [get the money]. I had to lie to my mom to get this money. I went back to the station and gave the money to the police. I asked for my statement, and they handed it to me and insisted I tear it up in their presence. The police drove Isroil I. One of the officers replied that it was because it was late and they had been drinking. In the car, the police officers started calling Aziz A. The police officer then said that Aziz A.

Police eventually allowed Isroil I. Isroil said that Aziz A. He had a bloody nose and his lips were swollen. One of the officers pressured Kudryashov to sign a confession that he was distributing pornography. Kudryashov described the several hours of ill-treatment to Human Rights Watch: They told me to raise my hands. I fell down from the pain. I was covered in saliva and really wanted to throw up. They picked me up from the floor and told me to undress. I took my clothes off. One of them had a glass beer bottle in his hand. They took the bottle and started hitting me on my back, chest and legs. One of them held my hands so that I could not protect myself. Kudryashov told Human Rights Watch: Then he would wave it at me to scare me.

I begged them to stop. My tears were falling like hail, but they kept yelling at me. You fuck in your ass, right? Do you want us to fuck you? Do you even know in which country you live? Police also detained him and took him to a building used by the financial police. Do you two live and sleep together? Who plays which role? Beyond these threats, police took no actions against them. On November 3 and 4 Kudryashov visited two other health clinics where doctors similarly diagnosed him with a concussion; one doctor also documented significant bruising on his upper and lower back and elbow.

Two years after his detention and beating together with Mikhail Kudryashov, as described above, Edik E. Police officials had kept Edik E. In May Bishkek police detained him on the pretext that he was running a company that illegally gained access to computers and computer networks. I walked out of my house and was shocked when two men got out of a car, grabbed me, and started pushing me into the car. All of my neighbors ran to me. This is the end of you! She will come and identify you. We will start a criminal case against you. Out of it came a diabolical army of robot laser sharks. Lead by Genghis Khanknown to the Kyrgyzs as Gnghs Khn or "That Mongol fucker ", they tore a bloody hole through Kyrgyzstan, pillaging every village and raping every goat.

The violence raged on and on until the Kyrgyz people were forced into hiding. Thankfully, the Mongols were also considerate enough to annihilate TajikistanUzbekistanTurkmenistanKazakhstanChinaand Russia as well. This was some consolation for the Kyrgyzstani people. Though the Mongol bastards did much damage to the beautiful land of Kyrgyzstan, the nation gradually worked its way to recovery. They rebuilt, reproducedand eventually entered a golden age. InKyrgyzstan invented the wheel, followed by pottery and the heavy Ion Cannon. Kyrgyzstani soldiers peacefully invaded and massacred the " people " of every other stan, for the safety and happiness of their glorious nation of Kyrgyzstan.

The Kyrgyzstani golden age reached its peak inwhen Kyrgyzstan discovered India. Alas, once again, this paradise would be destroyed by an outside enemy. Kyrgyzstan was invaded by the ice-covered Russians and occupied. The Russian weapons were technologically superiorand Kyrgyzstan was occupied. But the nation would not have to wait for long to be liberated. Inthe Russians themselves revolted against their dick of a tsar and replaced him with a communist regime. Even though unclean uneducated simpletons claimed " Soviet " was just another way of saying " Russian ", the USSR turned out to not be half bad. They brought with them modern technology, great jokeskick ass vodkaand prostitutes.

Yes, Kyrgyzstan was indeed happy under Soviet rule, despite the fact that all political disobedience was brutally crushed, the people were heavily taxed and starved, the new flag was ugly, all of the nation's religion and culture was stifled, and goats were carried off in the night by Russian officials to become Stalin's concubine. But all good things have to come to an end, and eventually the USSR collapsed, becoming modern Kyrgyzstan. Dear god, I miss the Soviets Modern Kyrgyzstan Edit Kyrgyzstan is currently the most obscure former Soviet republic. Most foreginers cannot spell, let alone pronounce, its name. The only time it has been noticed for as long as anyone can remember was when it was voted by People Magazine and Cosmopolitan to be the "Sexiest Former Soviet Puppet State".

It has also got a super strong football team called Bishkek United. Currently Bishkek United is the one of the leading clubs in the world. At the early stage of Bishkek United, the team was made up of mirks kyrgyz rednecks. However, due to some changes emposed by the ministry of sport, Bishkek United got rid off mirks and started recruiting world-class players. Yeah, Bishkek United kicks so much ass!


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