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'''Lesbian, gay, bisexual, intersexual, queer and transsexual rights''' are widely respected in [[Elwynn]]. Same-sex marriage is legal and many laws exist to protect the rights of LGBT people in Elwynn. It is estimated that LGBT people represent between 5–10% of the Elwynnese population, though more than so report occasions of same-sex sexual activities during the [[Roqpin]] summer months, especially people of [[Elw]] heritage.
 
'''Lesbian, gay, bisexual, intersexual, queer and transsexual rights''' are widely respected in [[Elwynn]]. Same-sex marriage is legal and many laws exist to protect the rights of LGBT people in Elwynn. It is estimated that LGBT people represent between 5–10% of the Elwynnese population, though more than so report occasions of same-sex sexual activities during the [[Roqpin]] summer months, especially people of [[Elw]] heritage.
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The Babkhi, predominant ethnicity in [[Alalehzamin]], meanwhile whilst not condemning homosexual acts per se, as ''"for everything [[Zurvanism|ordained]] in creation there exists a place and a season"'', the neglect of familial duties in favour of an individualistic identity built around the gratification of personal preferences and inclinations is considered unseemly and the subject of informal, but rather stringent, communal policing.
  
 
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|Conversion therapy
 
|Conversion therapy
|[[File:X mark.png|15px|No]] Illegal (if performed by licensed health care professionals). Illegal in all cases in the Congressional Counties and Northern Commonwealth. Legal in Alalehzamin if performed by people outside the health care professions.
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|[[File:X mark.png|15px|No]] Illegal (if performed by licensed health care professionals). Illegal in all cases in the Congressional Counties and Northern Commonwealth. Treated as irrelevant in Alalehzamin where preferences are tolerated so long as preexisting matrimonial duties arising are upheld.
 
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|Anti-discrimination laws in all other areas (incl. indirect discrimination, hate speech)
 
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| {{Template:Yes}} Yes
 
| {{Template:Yes}} Yes
 
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|Gay pride activities
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|Triumphalist and or Lifestyle-orientated Demonstrations
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| Tolerated in [[Eliria]].
 
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|Joint and step-child adoption by same-sex couples
 
|Joint and step-child adoption by same-sex couples
| {{Template:Yes}} Yes
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| {{Template:Yes}} Yes (North) <br> [[File:X mark.png|15px|No]] (Alalehzamin)
 
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|Gay people allowed to serve openly in the military
 
|Gay people allowed to serve openly in the military
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|Access to {{Tooltip|IVF|In vitro fertilisation}} for lesbians
 
|Access to {{Tooltip|IVF|In vitro fertilisation}} for lesbians
| {{Template:Yes}} Yes (couple must find sperm themselves though)
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| {{Template:Yes}} Yes (couple must find sperm themselves though)<br> [[File:X mark.png|15px|No]] (Alalehzamin)
 
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|{{Tooltip|MSMs|Men who have had sex with men}} allowed to donate blood
 
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|Third gender
 
|Third gender
|{{Template:Yes}} Yes (in the North) <br> [[File:X mark.png|15px|No]] (in Alalehzamin)
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|{{Template:Yes}} Yes in the North but only for those born with "mixed attributes"  in Alalehzamin
 
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|Surrogacy
 
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Latest revision as of 15:26, 12 October 2019

LGBT rights in Elwynn
Same-sex sexual activity legal? Legal
Adoption Legal
Military service Legal
Discrimination protections Legal protections exist

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, intersexual, queer and transsexual rights are widely respected in Elwynn. Same-sex marriage is legal and many laws exist to protect the rights of LGBT people in Elwynn. It is estimated that LGBT people represent between 5–10% of the Elwynnese population, though more than so report occasions of same-sex sexual activities during the Roqpin summer months, especially people of Elw heritage.

The Babkhi, predominant ethnicity in Alalehzamin, meanwhile whilst not condemning homosexual acts per se, as "for everything ordained in creation there exists a place and a season", the neglect of familial duties in favour of an individualistic identity built around the gratification of personal preferences and inclinations is considered unseemly and the subject of informal, but rather stringent, communal policing.

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Same-sex sexual activity legal Yes Legal, restrictions are same as ones on heterosexual sex (ie public sex)
Gender expression Yes
Age of consent 18 (same as heterosexual sex, age limit raised after the Auspicious Occasion)
Anti-discrimination laws in employment Yes Yes
Anti-discrimination laws in the provision of goods and services Yes Yes
Conversion therapy No Illegal (if performed by licensed health care professionals). Illegal in all cases in the Congressional Counties and Northern Commonwealth. Treated as irrelevant in Alalehzamin where preferences are tolerated so long as preexisting matrimonial duties arising are upheld.
Anti-discrimination laws in all other areas (incl. indirect discrimination, hate speech) Disparaging LGBT people in general is not illegal, but inciting against LGBT people is considered a crime.
Same-sex marriage Yes Legal
Recognition of same-sex unions Yes Yes
Triumphalist and or Lifestyle-orientated Demonstrations Tolerated in Eliria.
Joint and step-child adoption by same-sex couples Yes Yes (North)
No (Alalehzamin)
Gay people allowed to serve openly in the military Yes Yes
Right to change legal gender Yes Yes (after gender reassignment surgery)
Access to IVF for lesbians Yes Yes (couple must find sperm themselves though)
No (Alalehzamin)
MSMs allowed to donate blood Yes Yes (if sexually abstinent for 3 months)
Third gender Yes Yes in the North but only for those born with "mixed attributes" in Alalehzamin
Surrogacy No Illegal. Elwynnese parentage law is based on the principle of the birth mother being the mother unless legally adopted in a court of law. Arrangements to adopt a child before the birth of the child is illegal and prosecuted under child trafficking laws instituted in the aftermath of the Auspicious Occasion.