1958 in LGBT Rights

In 1958, there were 6 recorded legal changes made affecting LGBT people. In the previous year, there were 26 changes made and in the following year. A total of 84 legal changes were made in the 1950s.

  • November 28
    LGBT discrimination becomes illegal in some contexts.
    Might be some discrimination protection for gender identity and expression.
  • LGBT housing discrimination becomes no protections.
  • LGBT discrimination becomes no protections.
  • October 7
    Same-sex marriage becomes unregistered cohabitation.
    No laws in place.
  • Same-sex marriage becomes unregistered cohabitation.
    Technically, there are no law that prohibits cohabitation or marriage of a same-sex couple. However, if they are convicted of sodomy, the party face penalties according to the penal law.
  • February 18
    Blood donations by MSMs becomes legal.
    There are no restrictions about gay sex, a healthy person is free to donate.