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This study of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights in the Russian Federation uses frame analysis of civil society input into the UN Universal Periodic Review. It reveals a stark state-civil society 'disconnect' reflecting oppressive government practices, including Law No. 135-FZ on 'non-traditional sexual relations'. This raises wider questions about the efficacy of the review system, not least because issues of performativity and legitimation can be seen to facilitate authoritariandoi:10.1080/09668136.2018.1453924 fatcat:u4bxg72elvhqbhg7mu7mganoou