Compare LGBT Rights in Czech Republic & Poland

Equality Index ?
62 / 100
53 / 100
Legal Index ?
71 / 100
62 / 100
Public Opinion Index ?
53 / 100
44 / 100
Homosexual activityLegal
Since 1962
Legal
Since 1970
Same-sex marriageCivil unions (limited rights)
Since 2006
Unregistered cohabitation
Since 2012
Censorship of LGBT issuesNo censorshipNo censorship
Since 2020
Right to change legal genderLegal, but requires surgery
Since 1975
Legal, but requires medical diagnosis
Since 1995
Gender-affirming careLegal
Since 1994
Legal
Since 1996
Legal recognition of non-binary genderNot legally recognizedNot legally recognized
LGBT discriminationIllegal
Since 2009
Illegal in some contexts
LGBT employment discriminationSexual orientation and gender identity
Since 2009
Sexual orientation and gender identity
Since 2022
LGBT housing discriminationSexual orientation and gender identity
Since 2009
No protections
Same-sex adoptionSingle only
Since 2014
Single only
Since 1964
Intersex infant surgeryNot bannedNot banned
Serving openly in militaryLegalLesbians, gays, bisexuals permitted, transgender people banned
Since 1991
Blood donations by MSMsBanned (1-year deferral)Legal
Conversion therapyNot bannedNot banned
Equal age of consentEqual
Since 1990
Equal
Since 1932
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