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Adjsnss edited an entry in United Kingdom.
"In the UK you cannot perform surgery without consent "
Intersex infant surgery: Parental approval required from Jan 1, 1989 to (none).
In the UK it is illegal to perform medical treatment onto any person without consent. For infants, consent is given by their parents on their behalf under the Children’s Act
Adjsnss edited an entry in United Kingdom.
"Changed it to parental approval because legally you cannot perform surgery without consent in the UK"
Intersex infant surgery: Not banned from Jan 1, 1989 to (none).
In the UK it is illegal to perform medical treatment onto any person without consent. For infants, consent is given by their parents on their behalf under the Children’s Act
Adjsnss edited an entry in Guernsey.
"Added information about puberty blockers for minors"
Gender-affirming care: Legal, but restricted for minors from Jan 1, 2014 to (none).
The states of Guernsey will provide funding for off-island gender affirming care if they have a gender affirming certificate. Because this treatment is provided off-island, islanders are subject…
Adjsnss created an entry in Guernsey.
Same-sex marriage: Civil unions (marriage rights) from Sep 1, 2006 to May 2, 2017.
In Guernsey, same sex couples could have a “union civile” (French for civil union). This gave same sex couples rights for inheritance, taxation, benefits, and next-of-kin issues. At the…
Adjsnss created an entry in Guernsey.
Homosexual activity: Illegal (imprisonment as punishment) from (unknown) to Jan 1, 1983.
Homosexual acts in Guernsey were called “buggery” and it was viewed as a sexual offence until 1983
Adjsnss edited an entry in Guernsey.
"Added another link to a local newspaper article about lgbt rights, thus proving that lgbt rights are not censored in Guernsey"
Censorship of LGBT issues: No censorship from (unknown) to (none).
In Guernsey, there are no laws restricting the discussion or promotion of LGBTQ+ topics.
Adjsnss edited an entry in Guernsey.
"Change to the grammar of the final sentence"
Legal recognition of non-binary gender: Intersex only from (unknown) to (none).
There is no law in Guernsey that affirms non-binary people and people who apply to change their gender can only do so male to female or female to male. Because Guernsey is a British Crown…
Adjsnss created an entry in Guernsey.
LGBT housing discrimination: Sexual orientation only from Oct 1, 2023 to (none).
The Prevention of Discrimination (Guernsey) Ordinance, 2022 states that people can not be denied accommodation based off their sexual orientation. There aren’t any laws about gender discrimination…
Adjsnss created an entry in Guernsey.
Intersex infant surgery: Parental approval required from (unknown) to (none).
Any surgery in Guernsey for children under 16 requires the parents to sign a consent form. Healthcare on island is paid for. Circumcision for boys is performed on island only if it is essential…
Adjsnss edited an entry in Guernsey.
"Added information about intersex birth entries"
Legal recognition of non-binary gender: Intersex only from (unknown) to (none).
There is no law in Guernsey that affirms non-binary people and people who apply to change their gender can only do so male to female or female to male. Because Guernsey is a British Crown…
Adjsnss created an entry in Guernsey.
Serving openly in military: Legal from Jan 12, 2000 to (none).
Guernsey relies on British military for its defence so therefore it’s the same as the UK
Adjsnss created an entry in Guernsey.
Conversion therapy: Not banned from (unknown) to (none).
There has been no law in guernsey that outlaws conversion therapy, there have been protests across the Channel Islands to change this.
Adjsnss created an entry in Guernsey.
LGBT employment discrimination: Sexual orientation and gender identity from Oct 1, 2023 to (none).
The Prevention of Discrimination (Guernsey) Ordinance, 2022 protects people in Guernsey from being discriminated against in employment for either sexual orientation. Discrimination because of gender…
Adjsnss created an entry in Guernsey.
LGBT discrimination: Illegal in some contexts from Oct 1, 2023 to (none).
There isn’t a law that protects lgbt people of hate crimes in the same way as in England however significant progress has been made recently. LGBT people are protected from employment and housing…
Adjsnss created an entry in Guernsey.
Legal recognition of non-binary gender: Not legally recognized from (unknown) to (none).
There is no law in Guernsey that affirms non-binary people and people who apply to change their gender can only do so male to female or female to male. Because Guernsey is a British Crown…
Adjsnss created an entry in Guernsey.
Right to change legal gender: Legal, but requires medical diagnosis from Dec 3, 2007 to (none).
In Guernsey, you can legally change your gender but you need to acquire a UK GRC which requires a medical diagnosis
Sources: web.archive.org/web/2010071…//www.guernseylegalresources.gg/ccm/legal-resources/law-reports/Cases/GLR2007/GLR070161.htm
Adjsnss created an entry in Guernsey.
Blood donations by MSMs: Legal from Jul 14, 2021 to (none).
On 14th July 2021, the law was changed so that MSMs were not singled out and instead the island follows a risk based assessment model. All islanders regardless of sexuality are asked about their…
Adjsnss edited an entry in Guernsey.
"Law has been updated"
Blood donations by MSMs: Banned (1-year deferral) from Nov 7, 2011 to Jul 14, 2021.
MSMs must wait 1 year before donating blood in Guernsey. This was aligned to the UK laws at the time.
Adjsnss created an entry in Guernsey.
Blood donations by MSMs: Banned (1-year deferral) from Nov 7, 2011 to (none).
MSMs must wait 1 year before donating blood in Guernsey. This was aligned to the UK laws at the time but this law has not been changed in Guernsey
Adjsnss edited an entry in Guernsey.
"Removed plagiarism and put it in my own words"
Gender-affirming care: Legal, but restricted for minors from Jan 1, 2014 to (none).
The states of Guernsey will provide funding for off-island gender affirming care if they have a gender affirming certificate. Because this treatment is provided off-island, islanders are subject…
Adjsnss created an entry in Guernsey.
Gender-affirming care: Legal, but restricted for minors from Jan 1, 2014 to (none).
For those 18 or over, an initial assessment is carried out by the local Adult Mental Health Services to provisionally diagnose Gender Identity Disorder following which an off-island will be made…
Adjsnss created an entry in region.
Right to change legal gender: Legal, no restrictions from Dec 3, 2007 to (none).
Since 2007, transgender people can legally change their gender on their birth certificates. However, Guernsey law only allows a new birth certificate to be issued, it does not amend or remove…
Sources: web.archive.org/web/2010071…//www.guernseylegalresources.gg/ccm/legal-resources/law-reports/Cases/GLR2007/GLR070161.htm
Adjsnss edited an entry in Jersey.
"Changed date - not certain the exact month and day as it doesn’t state on the website"
Right to change legal gender: Legal, no restrictions from Jan 1, 2010 to (none).
Changing gender is legal in Jersey however the individual must acquire a gender recognition certificate from the government of Jersey. They need to provide reasoning to the court and evidence.
Adjsnss created an entry in Jersey.
Right to change legal gender: Legal, no restrictions from Jan 1, 2010 to (none).
Changing gender is legal in Jersey however the individual must acquire a gender recognition certificate from the government of Jersey. They need to provide reasoning to the court and evidence.