LGBT rights in Burkland

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LGBT rights in Burkland
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Burkland
Same-sex sexual activity legal? Legal
Gender identity/expression Transsexual persons allowed to change legal gender
Recognition of
relationships
Yes
Restrictions:
Same-sex status cannot be used to get special rights that others don't have
Adoption Legal
Military service Legal
Discrimination protections Bans all anti-gay discriminations
Burkland

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Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transsexual people in Burkland are protected under anti-discrimination bans which, de facto, are in place.

Law regarding same-sex sexual activity

The only restriction is that the status cannot be used to get special rights. This is make sure all are equal under the law. The age of consent is 15 for everyone.

Recognition of same-sex couples

All marriages between consenting adults are legal expect between major crime-offenders.

Summary table

Same-sex sexual activity Yes
Equal age of consent Yes since 2011
Anti-discrimination laws in employment Yes
Anti-discrimination laws in all other areas Yes since 2011
Hate crimes laws covering both sexual orientation and gender identity Yes since 2011
Recognition of same-sex couples Yes
Same-sex marriage Yes
Adoption by same-sex couples Yes
Gays allowed to serve in the military Yes
Right to change legal gender Yes
Access to IVF for lesbians Yes
MSMs allowed to donate blood No internal organization which you can donate blood though exists

See also

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