Entry #12367: Serving openly in military in Brazil

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RegionBrazil
IssueServing openly in military
StatusLegal
Start DateJan 2013
End Datenow
DescriptionAfter Supreme Federal Court recognition, LGBT people can serve openly in military in Brazil. People who are legally male at the age of 18 are obligated to serve, including trans men who have transitioned or trans women who haven't changed their legal gender yet. The latter can be dispensed once the change is made.
Sourceshttps://g1.globo.com/pernambuco/noticia/2013/08/justica-manda-exercito-reconhecer-companheiro-de-sargento-gay.html https://queer.ig.com.br/2022-11-04/alistamento-de-pessoas-trans.html.amp


Revision History (8)

Deleted by br0okklyn. The status did not correlate with the description, and the status was wrong.

Old Value New Value (Current)
ValueLesbians, gays, bisexuals permitted, transgender people bannedLegal

Revision by Canadianstudent03. Discription does not correlate to the status

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Revision by Canadianstudent03. Discription does not correlate to the status

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ValueLegalLesbians, gays, bisexuals permitted, transgender people banned

Revision by Sky. Small correction of the description.

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NoteAfter Supreme Federal Court recognition, LGB people can serve openly in military in Brazil.

People who are legally male at the age of 18 are obligated to serve, including trans men who have transitioned or trans women who haven't changed their legal gender yet. The latter can be dispensed once the change is made.
After Supreme Federal Court recognition, LGBT people can serve openly in military in Brazil.

People who are legally male at the age of 18 are obligated to serve, including trans men who have transitioned or trans women who haven't changed their legal gender yet. The latter can be dispensed once the change is made.
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After Supreme Federal Court recognition, LGB people can serve openly in military in Brazil. People who are legally male at the age of 18 are obligated to serve, including trans men who have transitioned or trans women who haven't changed their legal gender yet. The latter can be dispensed once the change is made. LGBT people can serve openly in military in Brazil. People who are legally male at the age of 18 are obligated to serve, including trans men who have transitioned or trans women who haven't changed their legal gender yet. The latter can be dispensed once the change is made.

Revision by Notdog1996. Trans people are not banned from the military

Old Value New Value
ValueLesbians, gays, bisexuals permitted, transgender people bannedLegal
NoteAfter Supreme Federal Court recognition, LGB people can serve openly in military in Brazil. Brazilian trans people cannot serve as of 2023
After Supreme Federal Court recognition, LGB people can serve openly in military in Brazil.

People who are legally male at the age of 18 are obligated to serve, including trans men who have transitioned or trans women who haven't changed their legal gender yet. The latter can be dispensed once the change is made.
Show Difference
After Supreme Federal Court recognition, LGB people can serve openly in military in Brazil. Brazilian trans people cannot serve as of 2023 People who are legally male at the age of 18 are obligated to serve, including trans men who have transitioned or trans women who haven't changed their legal gender yet. The latter can be dispensed once the change is made.
Sourceshttps://g1.globo.com/pernambuco/noticia/2013/08/justica-manda-exercito-reconhecer-companheiro-de-sargento-gay.htmlhttps://g1.globo.com/pernambuco/noticia/2013/08/justica-manda-exercito-reconhecer-companheiro-de-sargento-gay.html
https://queer.ig.com.br/2022-11-04/alistamento-de-pessoas-trans.html.amp
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https://g1.globo.com/pernambuco/noticia/2013/08/justica-manda-exercito-reconhecer-companheiro-de-sargento-gay.html https://g1.globo.com/pernambuco/noticia/2013/08/justica-manda-exercito-reconhecer-companheiro-de-sargento-gay.html https://queer.ig.com.br/2022-11-04/alistamento-de-pessoas-trans.html.amp

Revision by Canadianstudent03. Only 25 or so countries allow trans military service, Brazil is not one of them

Old Value New Value
ValueLegalLesbians, gays, bisexuals permitted, transgender people banned
NoteAfter Supreme Federal Court recognition, LGBT people can serve openly in military in Brazil.
After Supreme Federal Court recognition, LGB people can serve openly in military in Brazil. Brazilian trans people cannot serve as of 2023
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After Supreme Federal Court recognition, LGBT people can serve openly in military in Brazil. LGB people can serve openly in military in Brazil. Brazilian trans people cannot serve as of 2023

Revision by br0okklyn. Something was wrong with the description and status.

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ValueLesbians, gays, bisexuals permitted, transgender people bannedLegal
NoteAfter Supreme Federal Court recognition, LGB people can serve openly in military in Brazil. Service for trans people has not been allowed yet After Supreme Federal Court recognition, LGBT people can serve openly in military in Brazil.
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After Supreme Federal Court recognition, LGB people can serve openly in military in Brazil. Service for trans people has not been allowed yet LGBT people can serve openly in military in Brazil.

Revision by Canadianstudent03. Service for trans people has not been allowed yet

Old Value (Original) New Value
ValueLegalLesbians, gays, bisexuals permitted, transgender people banned
Start DateAug 2013Jan 2013
NoteAfter Supreme Federal Court recognition, LGBT people can serve openly in military in Brazil.After Supreme Federal Court recognition, LGB people can serve openly in military in Brazil. Service for trans people has not been allowed yet
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After Supreme Federal Court recognition, LGBT people can serve openly in military in Brazil. LGB people can serve openly in military in Brazil. Service for trans people has not been allowed yet
Reports (3)
  • Newer law has been passed "You can be a part of the military as a transgender person in Brazil. "
  • Duplicate entry
  • Duplicate entry

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