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RonnieFernando added an entry to Philippines.
Same-sex marriage: Unrecognized from Feb 2, 1987 to now.
Marriage in the Philippines is defined as a special contract of permanent union between a man and a woman entered into in accordance with law. Furthermore, the Philippine Supreme Court rejects the petition to legalize same-sex marriage.
RonnieFernando added an entry to Philippines.
Homosexual activity: Ambiguous from past to Jul 27, 2018.
Homosexuality has always been legal in the Philippines. However, it is still partially illegal in Marawi City due to the signing of the Bangsamoro Organic Law.
RonnieFernando added an entry to Philippines.
LGBT discrimination: No protections from Jan 26, 2001 to Sep 16, 2003.
Although certain regions of the Philippines have anti discrimination laws but they are not being widely and properly enforce nor followed. Though LGBT rights groups around the country demand the passing of the Equality Bill.
RonnieFernando added an entry to Philippines.
Same-sex marriage: Not legal from Jan 1, 1987 to Aug 4, 1988.
The Philippines does not recognize any form of same-sex union under any circumstance. The Philippine Supreme Court has also denied and dismissed the petition to legalize same-sex marriage.
RonnieFernando added an entry to Philippines.
Right to change legal gender: Illegal from past to 2007.
Filipinos who undergo gender re-assignment surgery are not permitted to change their legal gender per a supreme court ruling in 2007.
RonnieFernando added an entry to Philippines.
Same-sex marriage: Not legal from past to 1987.
The Philippines does not recognize nor provide any legal rights for same-sex marriages nor unions in any way. The Philippine Supreme Court rejects a petition to legalize same-sex marriage.
RonnieFernando added an entry to Italy.
Blood donations by MSMs: Ambiguous from past to 2001.
Italy legalizes blood donations as Health Minister lifts blood ban. However, Italy still denies men who engaged in "risky behaviors"
RonnieFernando added an entry to Philippines.
LGBT employment discrimination: No protections from past to Jan 1, 1987.
Majority of Philippine companies and corporations are still majority against nor accepting towards LGBTQ+ people. The Magna Carta ruling which took place still isn't being widely nor properly enforced in all parts if the Philippines.
RonnieFernando added an entry to Philippines.
Legal recognition of non-binary gender: Not legally recognized from past to now.
The Philippines does not recognize nor allow people to legally change "x" gender on their passports and other legal documents.
Sources: manilatimes.net/2020/12/27/…~:text=Philippine%20laws%20do%20not%20recognize,ground%20of%20sex%20reassignment%20surgery.&text=The%20Supreme%20Court%2C%20through%20Chief,change%20his%20gender%20even%20judicially.
RonnieFernando added an entry to Philippines.
LGBT discrimination: No protections from past to Sep 16, 2003.
Although the Philippines may have some anti discrimination laws but they are still widely unenforced and widely not being practiced. These laws are still not present in all parts and places of the Philippines and government authorities rarely enforce and follow these laws
RonnieFernando added an entry to Philippines.
Right to change legal gender: Illegal from past to 2007.
Filipinos who undergo gender re-assignment surgery are not permitted to change their legal gender per a supreme court ruling in 2007.
RonnieFernando added an entry to Philippines.
Same-sex marriage: Not legal from past to 1987.
The Philippines does not recognize nor provide any legal rights for same-sex marriages nor unions in any way. The Philippine Supreme Court rejects a petition to legalize same-sex marriage.