LGBT rights in Subejia

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Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) persons in Subejia face legal challenges not experienced by non-LGBT residents. Sodomy is a crime in the country, with laws strictly enforced, and social attitudes towards the LGBT community are shaped by Islam, the official state religion of Subejia. Breaking the law is punishable by exile from Subejia to another micronations or macronations. The law was introduced by SEMASA Party.

In August 2021, a court declared that any state laws within Subejia cannot be in conflict or override with clear federal laws banning gay sex.[citation needed]

Summary table

Category Subejia
Same-sex sexual activity No
Equal age of consent No
Anti-discrimination laws in employment No
Anti-discrimination laws in all other areas No
Hate crimes laws covering both sexual orientation and gender identity No
Anti-hate speech legislation No
Recognition of same-sex couples (e.g. civil unions) No
Marriage Equality (e.g. Same sex marriage) No
Adoption by same-sex couples No
Homosexuals allowed to serve openly in the military DADT
Transgender people allowed to serve openly in the military DADT
Right to change legal gender No
Recognition of non-binary genders No[citation needed]
Access to in vitro fertilisation for lesbians No[citation needed]
Homosexuals allowed to donate blood No[citation needed]