Antinousosiris Editor

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Antinousosiris added an entry in Lebanon.
Legal recognition of non-binary gender: Not legally recognized from past to now.
No recognition
Antinousosiris edited an entry in Namibia.
Serving openly in military: Ambiguous from past to now.
Not legal
Sources: No
Antinousosiris edited an entry in Namibia.
Right to change legal gender: Legal, but requires surgery from past to now.
It was reported in 2015 that applications for change of sex are done on a case-by-case basis and are not problematic, as long as a person can provide medical reports of their sex change, which includes undergoing sex reassignment surgery. Once the application is granted, a transgender person can apply for a new identity document and passport.
Antinousosiris edited an entry in Namibia.
Homosexual activity: Male illegal, female legal from past to now.
Not enforced (decriminalization pending)
Antinousosiris edited an entry in Namibia.
Homosexual activity: Male illegal, female legal from past to now.
Antinousosiris edited an entry in France.
Right to change legal gender: Legal, no restrictions from past to now.
Individuals can legally change their gender in France. Sex reassignment surgery is state-funded. According to media reports, in 2010, France became the first country to remove "transsexualism" from their official list of mental illnesses.
Antinousosiris edited an entry in France.
Blood donations by MSMs: Banned (3-month deferral) from Apr 2, 2020 to now.
In July 2019, Minister of Health Agnès Buzyn announced that the deferral period would be reduced to four months of abstinence from 2 April 2020.
Antinousosiris edited an entry in Switzerland.
Right to change legal gender: Legal, no restrictions from past to now.
Change of sex is legal though there are now specific laws concerning the matter. In 1993, the Federal Supreme Court of Switzerland stated that a change of sex should be "irreversible"; many judges interpreted it as the person had to go under surgery. In 2012, the Federal Department of Justice and Police via its Federal Office for Civil Registration released a statement about how transsexualism should be handled by cantonal Register offices. The FOCR stated that the Judges and Authorities should cease to oblige a person to go through forced sterilisation in order to have their sex change recognised. Furthermore, a person is granted to choose his or her gender according to his or her social gender and not anymore according to his or her biological gender.
Sources: FOCR Statement (in German, French, Italian): ejpd.admin.ch/content/dam/d… Federal Supreme Court of Switzerland Statement (in German): transgender-network.ch/wp-c…
Antinousosiris edited an entry in Switzerland.
Same-sex adoption: Step-child adoption only from Jan 1, 2018 to now.
Article 27 of the Swiss Registered partnership Law states that the step-parent has the legal obligation to take care of the child and owns parental authority to represent the step-child. Step-child adoption pending in Parliament. Full joint adoption was approved by the Council of States (upper house) on March 14, 2012 but full joint adoption was later rejected by the National Council (lower house).
Sources: Art.27 - Partner's child (in French): admin.ch/opc/fr/classified-…
Antinousosiris added an entry in Switzerland.
Conversion therapy: Varies by Region from May 2, 2023 to now.
On this date, Neuchâtel banned conversion therapy. Neuchâtel is a canton of Switzerland, of which there are 26. In the other 25 member states of the Swiss Confederation, conversion therapy remains legal.
Antinousosiris edited an entry in Switzerland.
Blood donations by MSMs: Banned (1-year deferral) from Nov 29, 2017 to now.
In early May 2017, the National Council approved a motion calling on all restrictions on gay and bisexual men donating blood to be lifted. According to the National Council, only risky behaviour should be a factor for blood donation, not one's sexual orientation. The motion, introduced by the Conservative Democrats, was approved 97–89.[66] However, this was rejected by the Council of States on 29 November 2017.[67] The 1 year deferral period for gay and bisexual men donating blood therefore remains in place.
Antinousosiris added an entry in Vietnam.
Conversion therapy: Not banned from past to Aug 3, 2022.
Antinousosiris edited an entry in Vietnam.
Blood donations by MSMs: Legal from past to now.
There are no laws regarding donating blood in Vietnam.
Sources: No
Antinousosiris edited an entry in Indonesia.
Same-sex marriage: Not legal from past to now.
There is no legal recognition of same-sex unions in Indonesia. Article 1 of the Law No. 1 of the Year 1974 on Marriage states unequivocally that marriage is "a physical and spiritual bond between a man and a woman as husband and wife, having the purpose of establishing a happy and lasting family founded on the Belief in God Almighty".[1] Moreover, Article 2 states that a marriage is only lawful if it is in accordance with the laws of the religions of the respective parties. Meanwhile, Indonesians who have entered into same-sex marriage abroad are not allowed to register their marriage in Indonesia due to Article 1 of the Marriage Act.[2] Additionally, Article 34(1) of the Law No. 23 of the Year 2006 on Civil Administration obliges all marriages to be reported to the local authorities within 60 days after marriage, and the explanation of Article 34(1) states that "marriage" can only be performed by a man and a woman
Antinousosiris added an entry in Indonesia.
Conversion therapy: Not banned from past to now.
No
Sources: No
Antinousosiris edited an entry in Indonesia.
Blood donations by MSMs: Ambiguous from past to now.
No restrictions that I have found.
Sources: No
Antinousosiris edited an entry in Indonesia.
Same-sex adoption: Illegal from past to now.
Same-sex couples are legally prohibited from adopting children in Indonesia. Prospective parents must be in a marriage recognized by Indonesia.
Antinousosiris edited an entry in Indonesia.
Serving openly in military: Illegal from Aug 18, 1945 to now.
There is not a specific law against LGBT military service however, gay and lesbian Indonesians face discrimination when attempting to serve in the military.
Antinousosiris edited an entry in Indonesia.
Right to change legal gender: Legal, but requires surgery from Jan 2009 to now.
A court ruling in Indonesia in December 2009 stipulated that Indonesians who have undergone gender re-assignment surgery must be allowed to change their gender on identity documents.
Antinousosiris edited an entry in Turkey.
Same-sex adoption: Single only from past to now.
LGBT Turks are deemed unfit to be parents however, it is unclear if there is legislation to support this. It is also unclear when this policy began. However, same-sex adoptions are not permitted in Turkey; Turkish authorities have attempted to reclaim Turkish children adopted into foreign countries by same-sex couples.
Sources: dot429.com/articles/1468-tu… Moderator note: second (and originally the only) source has been found broken while addressing a flag. If better source is found, please report! southfloridagaynews.com/art…
Antinousosiris edited an entry in Turkey.
LGBT employment discrimination: No protections from past to now.
Antinousosiris edited an entry in Cape Verde.
Blood donations by MSMs: Ambiguous from past to now.
No
Sources: No
Antinousosiris edited an entry in Cape Verde.
Serving openly in military: Ambiguous from past to now.
Not one of the countries that has bans on lgbt serving.
Sources: No
Antinousosiris edited an entry in Cape Verde.
LGBT housing discrimination: Ambiguous from past to now.
No
Sources: No
Antinousosiris edited an entry in Cape Verde.
Right to change legal gender: Illegal from past to now.
Missing non binary options on documents.
Sources: No
Antinousosiris edited an entry in Cape Verde.
Same-sex marriage: Unrecognized from past to Jan 1, 1981.
Gay marriage and gay unions pending. Gay Union might be legal in 2018.
Antinousosiris edited an entry in Cape Verde.
Same-sex marriage: Unrecognized from past to now.
Gay marriage and gay unions pending. Gay Union might be legal in 2018.
Antinousosiris edited an entry in Cape Verde.
Same-sex marriage: Unrecognized from past to now.
According to the República de Cabo Verde: Código Civil, marriage is defined to be a union of different sexes.
Antinousosiris edited an entry in Timor-Leste.
Blood donations by MSMs: Banned (indefinite deferral) from past to now.
Illegal
Sources: No
Antinousosiris edited an entry in Timor-Leste.
Serving openly in military: Ambiguous from past to now.
No data
Sources: No