An LGBT group has created an alternative IKEA catalog in response to IKEA Russia’s removal of a story about a gay couple from its monthly catalog.

The group held a photoshoot in the IKEA store in Brooklyn for IQEA, a more inclusive catalog featuring same-sex couples. It also promoted a book about LGBT Russians titled Gay Propaganda: Russian Love Stories.

IKEA Russia’s monthly catalog was supposed to feature a couple from Dorset called Clara and Kirsty and their IKEA home furnishings, but was reportedly changed to a story about a designer in China to comply with the country’s anti-gay laws.

According to a spokesperson for the Russian store, there are two guidelines for distributing communication materials, which are home interior design and following the law.

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