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CHR0LL0PH0BICCC edited an entry in Brazil.
Same-sex marriage: Legal from May 16, 2013 to now.
Since May 14, 2013, any same-sex civil union can be converted into marriage, according to the Conselho Nacional de Justiça (CNJ) resolution.
CHR0LL0PH0BICCC edited an entry in Djibouti.
Censorship of LGBT Issues: State-enforced from past to now.
There are no restrictions on LGBT content, but the authorities of Djibouti prosecute the public display of same-sex sexual conduct under laws prohibiting attacks on “good morals".
Sources: web.archive.org/web/2021120…//www.ecoi.net/de/dokument/1008973.html
CHR0LL0PH0BICCC added an entry in Russia.
Censorship of LGBT Issues: Imprisonment as punishment from Nov 30, 2023 to now.
“Russia's parliament approved on Thursday a bill that widens a prohibition of "LGBT propaganda" and restricts the "demonstration" of LGBT behaviour, making any expression of an LGBT lifestyle almost impossible.” “Under the new law, which still needs the approval of the upper house of parliament and President Vladimir Putin, any action or information that is considered an attempt to promote homosexuality - whether in public, online, or in films, books or advertising - could incur a heavy fine.” The new law recognizing the LGBT movement as extremism limits any propaganda and expression of opinions. Some people have been arrested for wearing rainbow accessories.
CHR0LL0PH0BICCC edited an entry in Russia.
Censorship of LGBT Issues: Fine as punishment from Jun 11, 2013 to Nov 2022.
In 2013, Russia introduced a law known as "for the Purpose of Protecting Children from Information Advocating for a Denial of Traditional Family Values" (known worldwide as the "gay propaganda law") which prohibits the promotion of homosexual topics. According to the Russian government, this law is aimed to "protect" children from being exposed to homosexuality, since it goes against "traditional family values." Foreigners who break this law can be arrested and detained for up to 15 days (or fined up to 5,000 rubles) and then deported.
CHR0LL0PH0BICCC edited an entry in Russia.
Homosexual activity: from 1993 to now.
Homosexual activity is legal in Russia, however, "anti-gay sentiments remain high." Though its illegal in Chechnya (punishable by caning on the first two offence and execution on the third offence). On June 29, 2013, Russia was criticized internationally after a law passed that banned "propaganda of nontraditional sexual relations."
CHR0LL0PH0BICCC edited an entry in Romania.
Same-sex marriage: Unrecognized from past to now.
The Civil Code defines marriage as being between a man and a woman. There is no recognition of same-sex couples. However, there is no constitutional ban of same-sex marriage. Attempt to out-law gay marriage in October of 2018 failed.
Sources: International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission: iglhrc.org/content/romania-… reuters.com/article/us-roma…
CHR0LL0PH0BICCC edited an entry in Lebanon.
Homosexual activity: Ambiguous from past to now.
Illegal under Article 534 of the Penal Code. Some judges have ruled not to prosecute individuals based on the law.
CHR0LL0PH0BICCC added an entry in Latvia.
Same-sex marriage: Civil unions from Jun 1, 2022 to Jun 30, 2024.
Civil unions recognized by courts in Latvia
CHR0LL0PH0BICCC edited an entry in Latvia.
Same-sex marriage: Ambiguous from 2026 to now.
The civil unions law was rejected. The judicial committee voted against continuation of its consideration. The next vote will take place on December 15th. This law wouldn’t take affect until 2026 at the latest.
CHR0LL0PH0BICCC edited an entry in Indonesia.
Homosexual activity: Ambiguous from Dec 6, 2025 to now.
On December 6th 2025, a new law will be passed outlawing sex outside marriage. While this law wasn’t specifically made or specified to impact queer people, it will still make it illegal for LGBTQ+ people to engage in sexual interactions.
CHR0LL0PH0BICCC edited an entry in Nigeria.
Homosexual activity: Male illegal, female uncertain from Jun 1, 1916 to now.
Male Homosexuality is punishable by 14 years in prison under the Nigerian Penal Code. Laws is unclear about female Homosexuality in the Nigerian Penal code , in which the southern part of Nigeria rules . However in the Northern Nigeria, where things are ruled by Sharia Law the punishment are different . In some states in Northern Nigeria, consenting and adult Gays and Lesbians could be punished with the death penalty .
CHR0LL0PH0BICCC edited an entry in United Arab Emirates.
Homosexual activity: Illegal (death penalty as punishment) from Dec 8, 1987 to now.
Male homosexuality is punishable by death. Female homosexuality on the other hand, may not be mentioned, but maybe covered under article 358 of the Penal Code which mentions indecent act.
CHR0LL0PH0BICCC edited an entry in Sweden.
Conversion therapy: N/A from past to now.
Conversion therapy is not issue in Sweden, and has never been defined by the Swedish government.
CHR0LL0PH0BICCC edited an entry in China.
LGBT employment discrimination: No protections from past to Nov 30, -0001.
Under Chinese Labour Law, there are no protections specifically protecting LGBT people.
CHR0LL0PH0BICCC edited an entry in China.
LGBT discrimination: No protections from past to -0001.
No protections for housing discrimination
CHR0LL0PH0BICCC edited an entry in Lebanon.
Homosexual activity: Ambiguous from past to now.
Illegal under Article 534 of the Penal Code. Some judges have ruled not to prosecute individuals based on the law.
CHR0LL0PH0BICCC edited an entry in North Korea.
Homosexual activity: N/A from Sep 14, 1948 to now.
North Korea believes homosexuals are "influenced by capitalism". As a result, many have been executed and put in camps.
CHR0LL0PH0BICCC edited an entry in North Korea.
Legal recognition of non-binary gender: Ambiguous from Sep 14, 1948 to now.
The statues of non-binary recognition is unknown
CHR0LL0PH0BICCC edited an entry in United Kingdom.
Homosexual activity: Illegal (up to life in prison as punishment) from 1885 to 1967.
The Labouchere Amendment passed making sex between two men a gross indecency, punishable by imprisonment. Female homosexuality and sexual acts were not addressed in the law, and therefore, they technically would have been legal, though the law often applied the law towards women.
CHR0LL0PH0BICCC edited an entry in Indiana.
Censorship of LGBT Issues: No censorship from past to now.
No laws exist in Indiana that censor LGBTQ+ topics.
CHR0LL0PH0BICCC edited an entry in China.
Homosexual activity: Ambiguous from past to now.
While no laws ever existed to criminalize sodomy, homosexual can still be classified as a mental disorder.
CHR0LL0PH0BICCC edited an entry in .
: from Feb 24, 2024 to Feb 24, 2024.
CHR0LL0PH0BICCC edited an entry in Switzerland.
LGBT discrimination: Illegal in some contexts from Apr 18, 1999 to now.
Discrimination is only illegal for sexual orientation and not gender identity.
CHR0LL0PH0BICCC edited an entry in Malaysia.
Homosexual activity: Male illegal, female uncertain from 1826 to now.
Unsure of date. Date shown reflects the British colonial territory of the Straits Settlements. Malaysia's anti-sodomy laws are relics of the colonial era and rarely enforced. Under the federal law Male Homosexuality is Illegal in Malaysia ,punishable by 2-20 years in prison , however the status of female homosexuality is unclear under the federal law. However , Muslim citizens of Malaysia can be sentenced to fines , caning and imprisonment for conducting same sexual relations under some states which imposes sharia Law. The maximum sentence that sharia courts can impose for these acts is up to three years prison , fines of up to RM 5,000 (1,204 USD) and caning of up to six strokes or all three.
CHR0LL0PH0BICCC edited an entry in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Homosexual activity: Legal from 2003 to now.
Legal nationwide since 2003
Sources: web.archive.org/web/2013022…//www.globalrights.org/site/DocServer/Shadow_Report_Bosnia.pdf?docID=9903
CHR0LL0PH0BICCC edited an entry in China.
Homosexual activity: Ambiguous from past to now.
While homosexuality is not specifically illegal, it can still be classified as a mental disorder.