Compare LGBT Rights in Bolivia & Ecuador

Equality Index ?
55 / 100
66 / 100
Public Opinion
Acceptance of homosexuals as neighbors
(World Values Survey, 2017-2020)
62% Did not mention homosexuals
25% Mentioned homosexuals
69% Did not mention homosexuals
32% Mentioned homosexuals
Justifiability of homosexuality
(World Values Survey, 2017-2020)
13% Justifiable
55% Not justifiable
18% Justifiable
53% Not justifiable
Opinion on same-sex couples as parents
(World Values Survey, 2017-2020)
31% Agree
36% Disagree
28% Agree
44% Disagree
"Should society accept homosexuality?" (2013)
(Pew Research Center, June, 2013)
43% Yes
49% No
Region not surveyed
Perceived Acceptance of Gay People
(Gallup, 2013)
31% Good place
58% Not a good place
52% Good place
40% Not a good place
Law
Homosexual activityLegal
Since 2009
Legal
Since 1997
Same-sex marriageUnrecognized
Since 2009
Civil unions
Since 2008
Censorship of LGBT IssuesNo censorshipNo censorship
Right to change legal genderLegal, but requires surgery
Since 2015
Legal, surgery not required
Since 2016
Legal recognition of non-binary genderUnknownUnknown
LGBT discriminationIllegal
Since 2010
Illegal
Since 1998
LGBT employment discriminationSexual orientation and gender identity
Since 2010
Sexual orientation only
Since 2015
LGBT housing discriminationSexual orientation and gender identity
Since 2010
Sexual orientation and gender identity
Since 1998
Same-sex adoptionSingle only
Since 2002
Single only
Since 2008
Homosexuals serving openly in militaryLegal
Since 2002
Legal
Blood donations by MSMsBanned (indefinite deferral)
Since 1997
Unknown
Conversion therapyNot bannedBanned
Since 2014
Equal age of consentEqual
Since 1999
Equal
Since 1997
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