LGBTQIA+ rights in Sildavia
|LGBT rights in the Kingdom of Sildavia
|Same-sex sexual activity legal?
|Legal gender change allowed, surgery not required
|Yes (always legal)
|Sildavia has no military
|Explicit legal protections
Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights in Sildavia are among the most-advanced in South America, at the Brazilian sector, and in the world, with LGBT people enjoying equal rights than to any other people since the country's independence and counting on several protection laws.
The age of consent is that of 14-years-old regardless of sexual orientation. The constitution guarantees equal rights to every citizen and discrimination is harshly punished. Pride parades and festivals and ativism is legal and supported by the crown.
Same-sex couple rights
Same-sex sexual activity has never been criminalized in Sildavia. Homosexuality was decriminalized in Brazil in 1830, being the thrid country in the world to do so (after France and the Netherlands). The age of consent for the practice of sexual acts, wether they are straight or same-sex, is that of 14 years of age.
The constitution of Sildavia provides that all citizens shall enjoy of equal human rights, and thus, same-sex marriage and adoption by same-sex couples has always been legal in Sildavia. In 2020 the Queen Maria presented to the Conference of Santiago the Protocol of Klöw, with the disire of protecting LGBTQIA+ rights within the Conference and the signatory countries.
Transgender people are allowed to legally change their gender with no requirement of surgery. Sildávia is a staunch supporter of transgender rights, recognizing all the identities of the transgender community including non-binary genres.
The following is a table summarising key points: