Compare LGBT Rights in Brunei & Indonesia

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Public Opinion
Acceptance of homosexuals as neighbors
(World Values Survey, 2017-2020)
Region not surveyed
26% Did not mention homosexuals
74% Mentioned homosexuals
Justifiability of homosexuality
(World Values Survey, 2017-2020)
Region not surveyed
3% Justifiable
91% Not justifiable
Opinion on same-sex couples as parents
(World Values Survey, 2017-2020)
Region not surveyed
9% Agree
86% Disagree
"Should society accept homosexuality?" (2019)
(Pew Research Center, May–October, 2019)
Region not surveyed
9% Yes
80% No
"Should society accept homosexuality?" (2013)
(Pew Research Center, June, 2013)
Region not surveyed
3% Yes
93% No
Perceived Acceptance of Gay People
(Gallup, 2013)
Region not surveyed
2% Good place
82% Not a good place
Law
Homosexual activityIllegal (death penalty as punishment)
Since 2019
Legal
Since 1993
Same-sex marriageNot legal
Since 1951
Unrecognized
Censorship of LGBT IssuesOther punishmentAmbiguous
Right to change legal genderIllegalLegal, but requires surgery
Since 1973
Legal recognition of non-binary genderUnknownUnknown
LGBT discriminationNo protections
Since 1951
Illegal in some contexts
Since 2015
LGBT employment discriminationNo protections
Since 1951
No protections
LGBT housing discriminationNo protections
Since 1951
No protections
Since 1945
Same-sex adoptionIllegal
Since 1951
Single only
Serving openly in militaryUnknownIllegal
Blood donations by MSMsBanned (indefinite deferral)Legal
Conversion therapyAmbiguousNot banned
Equal age of consentUnequal
Since 1951
Ambiguous
Since 2019
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