LGBT rights in Georgienstine

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LGBTQ+ rights in Georgienstine
The pride flag of Georgienstine.
Same-sex sexual activity legalYes Yes
Age of consentMale: 16, Female: 16
Gender identity/expressionYes/No [a]
Recognition of
Yes Yes[b]
AdoptionYes Yes
Military serviceYes Yes

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender rights in Georgienstine have evolved significantly over time. Same-sex sexual activity between consenting adults is legal in Georgienstine. Civil unions are recognized by the federal government, but not same-sex marriage, though ceremonies may take place. There are currently no laws prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity, although transgender people can change their legal gender following gender reassignment surgery. Gay and lesbian individuals are allowed to serve in the Armed Forces of Georgienstine, there is a de facto don't ask, don't tell policy.

The state of Harrisburg currently recognizes extraterritorial same-sex marriages on the state level. The states of Nassau and Salem have already recognized same-sex marriages at the state level, but these policies have been repealed.

Same-sex intercourse legal
  Marriage recognized, but not performed1
  Limited legal recognition (domestic cohabitation)
  (No legal recognition, but some jurisdictions offer non-binding certification)
  Limited recognition (foreign residency rights)
  Same-sex unions not recognized
  Laws restricting freedom of expression and association
At least some types of same-sex intercourse illegal or effectively illegal2
  Illegal, but no arrests/detentions over last three years
  Arrests, detention, imprisonment or de-facto illegal
  Imprisonment, death penalty on books but not applied
  (Death under areas of militant control, or extrajudicial killings by state authorities)

Summary table

Same-sex sexual activity Yes Yes
Equal age of consent Male: 16, Female: 16
Anti-discrimination laws in employment No No
Recognition of same-sex couples Yes Yes[c]
Same-sex marriage No No
Adoption by same-sex couples Yes Yes
Gays allowed to serve in the military Yes Yes
Right to change legal gender Yes Yes[d]
Access to IVF for lesbians No No
MSMs allowed to donate blood Yes Yes

See also


  1. Person can claim to be opposite gender and may change genders after operation.
  2. Only civil unions recognized.
  3. Only civil unions recognized.
  4. Surgery is necessary.