LGBT rights in Uskor
|LGBTQI rights in Uskor|
Flag of Uskor
|Same-sex sexual activity legal?||Legal|
|Gender identity/expression||Persons are allowed to change legal gender|
|Marriage since 2011|
|Discrimination protections||Bans all discrimination|
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex (LGBTQI) rights in Uskor have been regarded as some of the most progressive in Oceania and in the micronational world. LGBTQI rights in Uskor have been legal since the nations founding and are supported by the Constitution and various acts of the People's Assembly and Council of State.
Law regarding same-sex sexual activity
Same-sex sexual activity is legal in Uskor. The age of consent is set equally at 16. Due the large quantity of LGBTQI residents in Uskor, LGBTQI representation in government is some of the highest in the micronation world. Anti-LGBTQI discrimination is prohibited by law.
Recognition of same-sex couples
Same-sex couples in Uskor have the right to register their partnerships since Uskor founding. These partnerships had all the rights of marriages. As well, all provisions of a statute or any other legislation related to marriage or spouses apply to registered partnerships and partners.
Conditions for LGBTQI people
LGBTQI Residents of The Socialist Commonwealth of Uskor enjoy a high standard of living and support with the Uskorian Government Supporting Zeapride, one of the first Micronational LGBTQI Pride Events. The Uskorian People's Guard takes a proactive response to any alleged crimes against the LGBTQI Community.
Gender Identity and National Identification
The ability to legally change the gender marker in Uskor has been available since the nations founding. Uskorian citizens and residents have the right to self identify with any gender within or outside of the gender binary and have this reflected on the USKORID database and any Uskorian identity document, at no charge to themselves.
Summary table- -
|Category||Socialist Commonwealth of Uskor|
|Same-sex sexual activity|
|Equal age of consent|
|Anti-discrimination laws in employment|
|Anti-discrimination laws in all other areas|
|Hate crimes laws covering both sexual orientation and gender identity|
|Anti-hate speech legislation|
|Recognition of same-sex couples (e.g. civil unions)|
|Marriage Equality (e.g. Same sex marriage)|
|Adoption by same-sex couples|
|Homosexuals allowed to serve openly in the Civil Defence Corps and People's Guard|
|Transgender persons allowed to serve openly in the Civil Defence Corps and People's Guard|
|Right to change legal gender||(constitutionally protected right, surgery not required)|
|Access to in vitro fertilisation for lesbians||(although no current facilities exist)|
|Male homosexuals allowed to donate blood||(although no current facilities exist)|
|Right to change legal gender to a gender other than a binary gender|