• Homosexuality
    ✔ Male illegal, female legal
  • Marriage
    ✖ Not legal
  • Changing Gender
    ✔ Legal, but requires surgery
  • Adoption
    ✖ Illegal
  • Discrimination
    ✖ No protections
  • Housing Discrimination
    ✖ No protections
  • Employment Discrimination
    ✖ No protections
  • Military
    Ambiguous
  • Age of Consent
    ✖ Unequal
  • Donating Blood
    ✔ Legal
  • Conversion Therapy
    ✖ Not banned

By The Numbers

72.9%
of Singaporeans are against same-sex marriage
78.2%
of Singaporeans feel that sexual relations between same-sex adults is always or almost always wrong

History

Homosexual activity in Singapore

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Current status
Male illegal, female legal
Offenders can face a penalty of imprisonment of up to 2 years.
Penal Code, Chapter XVI, Article 377A
Sources:
Penal Code (Cap. 224, 1985 Rev. Ed.)
sg.news.yahoo.com/america-l…

statutes.agc.gov.sg/aol/sea…page=0;query=DocId%3A%22025e7646-947b-462c-b557-60aa55dc7b42%22%20Status%3Ainforce%20Depth%3A0;rec=0
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Same-sex marriage in Singapore

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Current status
Not legal
Same-sex marriage is not legal in Singapore.
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Right to change legal gender in Singapore

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Current status
(since Jan 24, 1996)
Legal, but requires surgery
Gender reassignment surgeries are legal in Singapore, and in 1973 the government allowed patients to change their identity cards. This change implicitly recognized marriages that included an individual that had undergone surgery.

However, later in 1990, such marriages were deemed illegal after a marriage between a woman and a transgender man (Lim Ying v Hiok Kian Ming Eric) was declared void by the High Court.

In 1996, MP Abdullah Tarmugi made an announcement that individuals who have undergone surgery could marry someone of the opposite sex.
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Same-sex adoption in Singapore

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Current status
Illegal
Same-sex adoption is not legal in Singapore.
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LGBT discrimination in Singapore

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Current status
No protections
Male homosexuality is illegal
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LGBT housing discrimination in Singapore

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Current status
No protections
Homosexuality is illegal.
Sources:
No
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LGBT employment discrimination in Singapore

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Current status
No protections
Homosexuality is illegal.
Sources:
No
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Homosexuals serving openly in military in Singapore

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Current status
Ambiguous
Medically downgraded to a Physical Employment Status of C (PES C), and put through modified Basic Military Training. On graduation, they are deployed in a vocation which has no security risks, posted to non-sensitive units and given a security status which restricts their access to classified documents.
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Equal age of consent in Singapore

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Current status
Unequal
The age of consent in Singapore is 16 for opposite-sex sexual activity and female-female sexual activity. However, same-sex activity between males is not legal.
Sources:
statutes.agc.gov.sg/aol/sea…ident=9f804d76-c39f-4e35-8cfe-1be8dd20bfe9;page=0;query=DocId%3A%22025e7646-947b-462c-b557-60aa55dc7b42%22%20Status%3Ainforce%20Depth%3A0;rec=0
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Blood donations by MSMs in Singapore

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Current status
Legal
According to the Singapore Red Cross.
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Conversion therapy in Singapore

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Until Aug 12, 2016
Not banned
there is a current ex-gay movement.
Sources:
No
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Current status
Not banned
There are no bans against gay conversion therapy in Singapore.
Sources:
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