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September 23, 2014

Yulia Volkova said she would 'condemn' a gay son as 'a man has no right to be a fag'

When fake lesbian t.A.T.u singer Yulia Volkova decided to out herself as homophobic, it may not have been the best career move in the world.

Earlier this month, she said she would not 'love a gay son' on Russian TV show Lie Detector.

After saying a 'man has no right to be a fag', the singer received a huge amount of international criticism.

When she took to the stage in St Petersburg on 20 September, it was expected she would apologize for her comments. And she didn't.

September 19, 2014

Lena Katina has reacted to Yulia Korkova's homophobic comments; her bandmate said she would not 'love a gay son as he would not be a real man'

Angry people all over the world have been deleting t.A.T.u songs off their library and throwing out their CDs because of all the things one of the members said.

Yulia Volkova, who made her career out of being a fake lesbian, said she would not love a gay son.

'Yes, I would condemn him, because I believe that a real man must be a real man,' she said.

September 18, 2014

She may have no problem kissing women to further her career, but Yulia Volkova hates gay men as 'God created man for procreation'

Yulia Volkova may have made her career by being a fake lesbian, but she says she would not love a son if he came out as gay.

The t.A.T.u singer (pictured left) went on a Russian TV show to make the comments.

While you can watch the video below, there's not much point if you don't know Russian. According to the translation given on the YouTube video, it says:

'Will you condemn your son, if he is gay?' the interviewer asks.

February 7, 2014

Singers who pretended to be lesbian when they are actually straight will not perform their most famous hit 'All The Things She Said'

Russian pop duo tATu, who scintillated the world with a lesbian kiss a decade ago, will be performing at the Sochi opening ceremony tonight (7 February).

Chosen officially as they will be recognizable to an international audience, they are still a strange choice.

The duo, Lena Katina and Yulia Vokova, will not be singing their 2002 global hit ‘All The Things She Said’ – where they played lesbian schoolgirls in the video.

But it will be ‘Not Gonna Get Us’, the song that comparatively only achieved moderate worldwide success.

January 30, 2014

Gay rights activists have claimed Olympics organizers are inviting the duo to perform to stop the outrage over gay propaganda laws

‘Lesbian’ act Tatu is said to be performing at the opening ceremony of the Sochi Winter Olympics.

On the official VK website, the ‘All The Things She Said’ duo is said to be heading to the Russian games on 7 February.

Despite Lena Katina and Yulia Volkova not releasing an album since 2009, it is being suggested having them reform could finally stop the outrage surrounding the ‘gay propaganda’ laws.

Sadly, it is not official yet.

August 14, 2013

When 'All The Things She Said' was released in Russia 10 years ago, it went to number one in the charts. Today, if it was released in Russia the t.A.T.u singers would be arrested on the spot

Back in 2002/2003, a fake-lesbian duo released a song that shocked the world.

Russian duo Lena Katina and Yulia Volkova of t.A.T.u brought lesbianism to the mainstream when they unveiled the music video for their monster hit 'All The Things She Said'.

Showing them frolicking as scantily clad, rain-soaked schoolgirls overcome by lesbian lust, its release saw the song top charts across the world including their native Russia.

December 14, 2012

Yulia Volkova and Lena Katina reunite to perform on Romania's The Voice, a decade since they enjoyed a lesbian kiss in video for All The Things She Said

Russian pop duo t.A.T.u have reformed 10 years after they got pulses racing as lesbian schoolgirls in their hit music video for single 'All The Things She Said'

Yulia Volkova and Lena Katina were reunited on Romania's version of singing talent show The Voice.

The pair whose steamy kiss together in the rain made them international pop stars appeared on the program to perform their 2002 track All About Us.

Although their success was short-lived in many countries, they remain famous in Russia where they still perform together regularly.