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Buzdolabimotoru added an entry to Saint Pierre and Miquelon.
Conversion therapy: Banned from Jan 25, 2022 to now.
According to French laws.
Buzdolabimotoru added an entry to South Carolina.
Censorship of LGBT Issues: No censorship from past to 1988.
In South Carolina, there are no laws restricting the discussion or promotion of LGBTQ+ topics.
Buzdolabimotoru added an entry to Turkey.
LGBT employment discrimination: Sexual orientation only from past to Sep 24, 2018.
As a matter of fact , in the decision of the 22nd Civil Chamber of the Court of Cassation dated 24.09.2018 and numbered 2015/35120 Main, 2018/19675 , it is emphasized that discrimination due to the sexual orientation of the worker is within the scope of the prohibition (although the concept of "sexual preference" is used with an incorrect terminology) : The prohibition of discrimination can be added to this, due to the employee's sexual preference that does not cause any adverse effects in the workplace. Again, discrimination based on factors such as political reasons and worldview should be protected.”
Buzdolabimotoru added an entry to Turkey.
Right to change legal gender: Legal, surgery not required from Nov 30, 2017 to now.
Turkey’s Constitutional Court found the the provision that required surgery to change one's legal gender unconstitutional. Sterilization is still required.
Buzdolabimotoru added an entry to United States.
Serving openly in military: Legal from Feb 26, 2021 to now.
Legalized in every state.
Buzdolabimotoru added an entry to Azad Kashmir.
Legal recognition of non-binary gender: Recognized from May 11, 2018 to now.
Countrywide recognized, Transgender people are allowed to identify as male, female, a blend of both, or neither.
Buzdolabimotoru added an entry to Atlántico Sur*.
LGBT employment discrimination: Sexual orientation and gender identity from past to now.
Protected by Nicaraguan human rights Code.
Buzdolabimotoru added an entry to Atlántico Sur*.
Homosexual activity: Legal from Nov 16, 2007 to now.
According to Nicaraguan laws.
Buzdolabimotoru added an entry to Zacatecas.
Same-sex marriage: Ambiguous from Feb 14, 2019 to Dec 30, 2021.
Legalized in Zacatecas (14 February 2019), Cuauhtémoc (1 March 2019), Villanueva (1 May 2019), Miguel Auza (5 July 2019), Freshnillo (3 July 2020) cities.
Sources: congresozac.gob.mx/63/inicio Poder Legislativo del Estado de Zacatecas - LXIII Legislatura
Buzdolabimotoru added an entry to Kolašin.
LGBT discrimination: Illegal from Jul 27, 2010 to now.
It's illegal
Buzdolabimotoru added an entry to Kolašin.
Equal age of consent: Equal from 1977 to now.
Age of consent is equal
Buzdolabimotoru added an entry to Kolašin.
Same-sex marriage: Civil unions from Jul 15, 2021 to now.
In July 2020, the Parliament of Montenegro passed a bill to recognise life partnerships for same-sex couples and started recognising them in July 2021. The law also applies in Kološin.
Buzdolabimotoru added an entry to Kolašin.
Homosexual activity: Legal from 1977 to now.
As part of Yugoslavia
Buzdolabimotoru added an entry to Hövsgöl.
LGBT discrimination: Illegal from Jul 1, 2017 to now.
The criminal code of Mongolia outlaws discrimination against LGBT people.
Buzdolabimotoru added an entry to Hövsgöl.
Homosexual activity: Legal from Sep 1, 2002 to now.
According to the laws of Mongolia
Buzdolabimotoru added an entry to Turkey.
LGBT discrimination: Illegal in some contexts from Jul 16, 2014 to Nov 2, 2016.
Hate speech based on sexual orientation was included in the decisions of the Constitutional Court for the first time. The Constitutional Court stated that calling homosexuals "deviants" or "perverts" constitutes hate speech.
Buzdolabimotoru added an entry to Turkey.
Homosexual activity: Illegal (death penalty as punishment) from past to 1515.
Following the expansion of the Mongol Empire, the Turks were to a certain extent affiliated with the ruling nation. The social organization of Mongol and Turkish tribes was based upon clan customs, its inner ways and habits were regulated by customary law. In the 13 century, Chingis Kahn established the Yasa, or Code of Laws and Ordinances, which his successors continued to rule by. Although some scholars suspect Chingis Khan's Yasa only codified existing customary law others believe it served to supplement and fill any gaps left by customary law, especially in criminal law. According to fragments from the Egyptian Historian Makrizi, sodomy was punishable by death as an offense against religion, morals, and established customs. Adultery was similarly defined as a crime punishable by death. Marriage was demarcated by a law that ordained "that the man should buy his wife" and hence prescribed strict gender roles on family operation.
Sources: tengriciturkiye.blogspot.co… Vernadsky, G. (1938). The Scope and Contents of Chingis Khan’s Yasa. Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies, 3(3/4), 337–360. doi: 10.2307/2717841 scholar.harvard.edu/files/f…
Buzdolabimotoru added an entry to Turkey.
Homosexual activity: Male illegal, female legal from 1515 to Aug 9, 1858.
It was illegal in Ottoman Empire until 1858. Oldest finding about banning homosexualty in Ottoman Empire were from 1515.
Buzdolabimotoru added an entry to Turkey.
LGBT discrimination: Illegal from past to Nov 2, 2016.
Banned as Hate Speech law but mostly not enforced. In 15 November 2022 Bullying children in schools is prohibited. Although the law does not specify any specifics, it is likely to include sexual orientation and identity.