Russia might boycott Ireland’s Eurovision entry because it features a same sex couple

Russia could threaten not to broadcast Ireland’s Eurovision Song Contest entry because it features a same sex couple, breaching the country’s strict laws banning ‘gay propaganda’.

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Ryan O’Shaughnessy’s entry Together features a gay couple enjoying a walk in Dublin and dancing together. Ryan O’Shaughnessy, who co-wrote Ireland’s 2018 Eurovision entry has dared Russia to ban his song, tweeting a news report from Pink Sixty, which called Russia’s bluff in boycotting the entry.

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