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r9090 created an entry in Georgia.
Homosexual activity: Male illegal, female legal from Mar 7, 1934 to Feb 15, 2000.
In 1933, an article was added to the criminal code of Soviet Georgia, which prohibited sexual relations between men. The mentioned article provided for up to 5 years of imprisonment.
r9090 created an entry in Cyprus.
Homosexual activity: Male illegal, female legal from Jan 1, 1929 to May 21, 1998.
with the incorporation of the British Criminal Law Amendment Act 1885 into Cyprus law. For the first time since 1858, this made male homosexuality a criminal act in Cyprus. Female homosexuality was…
r9090 created an entry in Lithuania.
Homosexual activity: Male illegal, female legal from Jan 1, 1940 to Jan 1, 1993.
Lithuania was absorbed by the USSR in 1940. An article under which sodomy was punishable by imprisonment from 5 to 8 years existed in the Soviet Criminal Code from March 7, 1934 - number 154-a:…
r9090 created an entry in Estonia.
Homosexual activity: Male illegal, female legal from Jan 1, 1940 to May 7, 1992.
Same-sex sexual activity between males in Soviet Estonia was illegal and punishable under paragraph 118 of the penal code
r9090 created an entry in Belarus.
Homosexual activity: Male illegal, female legal from Mar 7, 1934 to Mar 1, 1994.
An article under which sodomy was punishable by imprisonment from 5 to 8 years appeared in the Soviet Criminal Code on March 7, 1934. During the Soviet Union, Belarus used laws common to all Soviet…
Sources: museumreforms.ru/node/13816 gazeta.ru/science/2018/12/1…
r9090 edited an entry in Kazakhstan.
"the exact end date is not known"
Homosexual activity: Male illegal, female legal from Mar 7, 1934 to Jan 1, 1998.
An article under which sodomy was punishable by imprisonment from 5 to 8 years appeared in the Soviet Criminal Code on March 7, 1934 - number 154-a: “Sexual intercourse between a man and a man…
r9090 created an entry in Romania.
Homosexual activity: Illegal (imprisonment as punishment) from Jan 1, 1968 to Jan 1, 2001.
The famous article 200 which was introduced in 1968 criminalizes all sexual relations between persons of the same sex. The punishment was imprisonment from one to five years.
r9090 edited an entry in Tajikistan.
"I want to make the end date of the law more accurate"
Homosexual activity: Male illegal, female legal from Jan 1, 1935 to Sep 1, 1998.
In 1935, article 121, which prohibited male sodomy, entered the criminal code of the Tajik Soviet Socialist Republic. in the Tajik SSR, the term “sodomy” was replaced by “bachebazstvo”
r9090 edited an entry in Tajikistan.
"I want to make the end date of the law more accurate"
Homosexual activity: Male illegal, female legal from Jan 1, 1935 to Sep 1, 1997.
In 1935, article 121, which prohibited male sodomy, entered the criminal code of the Tajik Soviet Socialist Republic. in the Tajik SSR, the term “sodomy” was replaced by “bachebazstvo”
r9090 edited an entry in Tajikistan.
"I edited the text to make it grammatically correct"
Homosexual activity: Male illegal, female legal from Jan 1, 1935 to Aug 31, 1991.
In 1935, article 121, which prohibited male sodomy, entered the criminal code of the Tajik Soviet Socialist Republic. in the Tajik SSR, the term “sodomy” was replaced by “bachebazstvo”
r9090 edited an entry in Russia.
"I edited it to make the information more accurate"
Homosexual activity: Male illegal, female legal from Mar 7, 1934 to May 27, 1993.
In 1933, the Soviet government under Stalin recriminalised sex between men. On 7 March 1934, Article 121 was added to the criminal code for the entire Soviet Union that expressly prohibited only…
r9090 edited an entry in Russia.
"I am making this change because I would like so see the exact date homosexuality was legalized in Russia, and not just the year when that event took place."
Homosexual activity: Varies by Region from May 27, 1993 to (none).
Homosexuality became legal in Russia in May 27, 1993. Now at the moment, homosexuality is legal except 1 region-Chechnya. On November 30, the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation recognized…