JohnQuebec98 Editor

He/Him, Editor from Canada
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JohnQuebec98 edited an entry in Albania.
Right to change legal gender: Ambiguous from past to now.
Albania does not currently recognize legal gender changes nor performs or covers surgeries or treatment for transgender people,however there is legislation in place that in a way recognises some form of gender identity .
JohnQuebec98 edited an entry in Slovakia.
LGBT housing discrimination: Sexual orientation only from Jan 1, 2008 to now.
Under the amendment Anti-Discrimination Act, Gays and lesbians are protected, this doesn’t apply to trans people unfortunately
JohnQuebec98 edited an entry in Slovakia.
LGBT employment discrimination: Sexual orientation only from Jan 1, 2008 to now.
Under the amendment in the Anti-Discrimination Act, Gays and lesbians are protected, trans people have yet to receive any protection
JohnQuebec98 edited an entry in Slovakia.
Same-sex adoption: Ambiguous from Jan 1, 2017 to now.
While single gays and lesbians can adopt, partners can’t, transgenders are also unable to adopt in the country
JohnQuebec98 edited an entry in Slovakia.
Conversion therapy: Not banned from Jan 22, 2018 to now.
Not criminalized or regulated, Due to Christian attitudes, this isn’t likely to change
JohnQuebec98 added an entry in Kazakhstan.
Legal recognition of non-binary gender: Not legally recognized from past to now.
There is no legal recognition of non-binary gender.
JohnQuebec98 added an entry in Pakistan.
Blood donations by MSMs: Banned (indefinite deferral) from past to now.
Reports show MSMs are not allowed to donate blood in Pakistan
JohnQuebec98 added an entry in Pakistan.
Same-sex adoption: Illegal from past to now.
Pakistan has yet to allow same sex adoption in it’s borders
JohnQuebec98 edited an entry in Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Homosexual activity: Ambiguous from Jan 30, 1940 to now.
Homosexuality is technically legal. However public display of homosexual affections can be persecuted due to some other obscure laws, the laws of so called public indecency only seem to be shown among homosexuals and not straight people
JohnQuebec98 edited an entry in Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Censorship of LGBT Issues: Ambiguous from past to now.
The U.S. Department of State's 2021 Human Rights Report found that individuals who publicly engaged in same-sex consensual activities, such as, for example, kissing, were sometimes prosecuted under public indecency provisions "which were rarely applied to opposite-sex couples.
JohnQuebec98 edited an entry in Central African Republic.
Censorship of LGBT Issues: Ambiguous from past to now.
The penal code criminalizes "public expression of love" between persons of the same sex is imprisonment for six months to two years or a fine of between 150,000 and 600,000 CFA francs ($300 and $1,200).
JohnQuebec98 edited an entry in Central African Republic.
Homosexual activity: Ambiguous from past to now.
according to the U.S. Department of State's 2012 human rights report, The penal code criminalizes "public expression of love" between persons of the same sex is imprisonment for six months to two years or a fine of between 150,000 and 600,000 CFA francs ($300 and $1,200).
JohnQuebec98 added an entry in Central African Republic.
Blood donations by MSMs: Banned (indefinite deferral) from past to now.
The US department of stat’s Human right’s record found that MSMs are not allowed to donate blood, however, this report was from 2012 so it may be outdated information
JohnQuebec98 edited an entry in Syria.
Blood donations by MSMs: Banned (indefinite deferral) from past to now.
Homosexuality is illegal in Syria, and thus blood donations are illegal as a result. Despite various sources and Syrians mentioning it themselves, this entry has been tampered with by people who have no sources for their information.
JohnQuebec98 edited an entry in Hungary.
Censorship of LGBT Issues: Ambiguous from Jan 2021 to now.
Hungary’s parliament has passed a law banning gay people from featuring in school educational materials or TV shows for under-18s, as Viktor Orbán’s ruling party intensified its campaign against LGBT rights, however, the law, while existing is often ignored and unenforced by the Hungarian law enforcement and populace
JohnQuebec98 edited an entry in Syria.
Blood donations by MSMs: Banned (indefinite deferral) from past to now.
With homosexuality being illegal in Syria, blood donations are also illegal de facto
JohnQuebec98 edited an entry in Syria.
Homosexual activity: Ambiguous from 1949 to now.
Homosexuality can be met up to 3 years in prison according to regime law
JohnQuebec98 edited an entry in Lebanon.
Homosexual activity: Ambiguous from past to now.
In Lebanon, homosexuality is met with up to 1 year in prison according to article 534 of the Lebanese Penal code
JohnQuebec98 edited an entry in Syria.
Equal age of consent: N/A from past to now.
Syria’s anti gay laws mean by default, the age of consent is not applicable
JohnQuebec98 edited an entry in Syria.
Blood donations by MSMs: Banned (indefinite deferral) from past to now.
Homosexuality being illegal in Syria means automatically blood donations are also illegal unfortunately
JohnQuebec98 edited an entry in Syria.
Homosexual activity: Ambiguous from 1949 to now.
Homosexuality can be met up to 3 years in prison in regime held Syria
JohnQuebec98 edited an entry in Lebanon.
Homosexual activity: Ambiguous from past to now.
In Lebanon, homosexuality is met with up to 1 year in prison according to article 534 of the Lebanese Penal code
JohnQuebec98 edited an entry in Albania.
LGBT employment discrimination: Sexual orientation and gender identity from Aug 30, 2010 to now.
There is legislation protecting both sexual orientation and gender identity in the workplace
JohnQuebec98 edited an entry in Poland.
Right to change legal gender: Legal, but requires surgery from Nov 17, 1964 to now.
A medical diagnosis required, and individuals need to sue their parents in order to have their birth certificate changed. Under Polish law reassignment surgery can only take place after a person's gender has been legally changed.
JohnQuebec98 added an entry in Moldova.
Legal recognition of non-binary gender: Not legally recognized from past to now.
Rainbow Europe reports that Moldova doesn’t recognize non-binary gender identities yet, though it may happen in the future.
JohnQuebec98 added an entry in Belarus.
Legal recognition of non-binary gender: Not legally recognized from past to now.
Belarus does not recognize non-binary gender identities and it is not likely to recognize them in the near future.
JohnQuebec98 edited an entry in Serbia.
Same-sex adoption: Illegal from past to now.
Serbia has yet to allow same sex couples the right to adopt, though ilga’s rainbow Europe does suggest it could happen soon due to positive legislative movement
JohnQuebec98 added an entry in Serbia.
Same-sex adoption: Illegal from Jul 1, 2005 to now.
According to article 101 of the current Family law in Serbia, adoptive parents can be: (1) spouses or common-law partners together (2) the spouse or common-law partner of the child's parent (3) exceptionally, with the permission of the cabinet minister responsible for families, a person who lives alone if particulary justified reasons exist for doing so This practically means that no single person (regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity) can adopt a child.
JohnQuebec98 edited an entry in Syria.
Homosexual activity: Ambiguous from 1949 to now.
Homosexuality can be met up to 3 years in prison in Syria
JohnQuebec98 edited an entry in Syria.
Same-sex adoption: Ambiguous from past to now.
Unfortunately Syria’s ban on homosexuality bans other laws such as adoptions as well