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LGBT rights in Senya

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

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transsexual rights are widely respected in Senya. Same-sex marriage is legal and many laws exist to protect the rights of LGBT people in Senya. Unlike other nations, however, gay culture is not openly visible in Senya, with sexuality viewed as a private matter. it is estimated that LGBT people represent between 5–10% of the Senyan population. According to a 2019 poll, 58% of Senyan women and 21% of Senyan men under the age of 30 reported having "an interest in bisexual experimentation".

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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 But must undergo gender-reassignment surgery first
Age of consent 16 (decriminalised from 14 if with child aged 17 or below)
Anti-discrimination laws in employment Yes Yes
Anti-discrimination laws in the provision of goods and services Yes Yes
Conversion therapy No Illegal
Anti-discrimination laws in all other areas (incl. indirect discrimination, hate speech) Hate speech not illegal, but can be illegal if done to intimidate or if intended to cause emotional damage
Same-sex marriage Yes Legal
Recognition of same-sex unions Yes Yes
Gay pride activities Whilst Pride events are not explicitly banned, none have taken place
Joint and step-child adoption by same-sex couples Yes Yes
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
MSMs allowed to donate blood Yes Yes
Third gender No No
Surrogacy Yes Yes