AlexandruM Editor

Student and LGBT rights activist
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AlexandruM added an entry in Moldova.
Serving openly in military: Lesbians, gays, bisexuals permitted, transgender people banned from past to now.
Gays and lesbians allowed to serve, transgenders unfortunately aren’t
AlexandruM added an entry in Moldova.
LGBT employment discrimination: Sexual orientation only from Jan 1, 2013 to Feb 9, 2023.
A law banning discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation in employment was adopted by the Moldovan Parliament on 25 May 2012, and signed into law by President Nicolae Timofti on 28 May 2012. The law took effect on 1 January 2013.
AlexandruM added an entry in Moldova.
Blood donations by MSMs: Banned (indefinite deferral) from past to now.
The Moldovan legislation bans MSMs from donating blood due to high risk of transmitting STDs.
AlexandruM added an entry in Moldova.
Same-sex marriage: Unrecognized from 1994 to now.
Constitutional ban since 1994.
AlexandruM added an entry in Romania.
LGBT employment discrimination: Sexual orientation only from Dec 2, 2000 to now.
Transgenders have yet to receive discrimination protections in employment. Something Ilga Europe advices Romania to do
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: from 1996 to 2015.
Since 1996, it has been possible for someone who has gone through sex reassignment surgery to legally change their sex in their official documents.
AlexandruM added an entry in Romania.
Blood donations by MSMs: Legal from Jan 15, 2008 to now.
The first version of the questionnaire stated that male homosexuals, African citizens from countries infected with malaria, uneducated people, as well as other categories of people cannot donate blood in Romania. After the hearings of the Council for Combating Discrimination, the Ministry of Health removed the questions considered discriminatory from the questionnaire.