Public Opinion History Homosexual activity in Bolivia? Current status since Dec 6, Yes No.
Over the last two decades, same-sex marriage and legal protection for the LGBTI community has become commonplace throughout many countries. But that has only widened the gulf with other parts of the world, where homosexuality remains illegal, criminal and in some cases even punishable by death. This map was published by the Australian company Travel Insurance Direct as a risk guide for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual and intersex tourists and travellers.
But gay marriage is also the subject of intense discussion across the Americas. Disputes are marked by sharply conflicting opinions among citizens, social organizations, religious groups, the highly influential Catholic Church, and policymakers. In Latin America, these debates have led to outcomes that vary sharply across countries.
Male pattern baldness and the mysteries of human sexuality are no puzzles for the president of Boliviawho has declared they are caused by eating chicken. Evo Morales has claimed that both homosexuality and baldness can be caused by the humble chicken. Speaking at an environmental conference on Tuesday, Morales said chicken producers injected fowl with female hormones and insisted that "when men eat those chickens they experience deviances in being men". Morales's theories do not appear to have been immediately accepted by the scientific community, to put it mildly, and have been criticised by Spain's National Federation of Lesbians, Gays, Transsexuals and Bisexuals, which sent a letter of protest to the Bolivian embassy in Madrid describing the president's remarks as homophobic.
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Both male and female same-sex sexual activity are legal in Bolivia. The Bolivian Constitution bans discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity, making Bolivia one of the only few countries in the world to have such constitutional protections for LGBT people. InBolivia passed the Gender Identity Lawseen as one of the most progressive laws related to transgender people in the world.
Strong U. The violent extremist group that calls itself the Islamic State recently released a series of videos in which black-hooded men are seen pushing victims from the top of high-rise buildings. The clips depict people gathering below to watch the victims, accused of being gay, fall to their deaths before maiming their corpses.
His position stood in contrast to that of his predecessors: Months earlierPope Benedict XVI suggested that gay marriage was a threat to global peace. There have been five notable moments in this evolution. A person once asked me, in a provocative manner, if I approved of homosexuality.
The following country profiles are derived primarily from sections of the Human Rights Watch World Report that relate to the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex LGBTI people. The report, released in Januarydocumented events of The countries are all listed below in alphabetical order.
Somewhere between appealing for an international climate-change court and questioning why the U. By the next morning, the international press had gotten wind of it, Bolivian newspapers had plastered it on their front pages and Spain's national LGBT federation had issued a statement calling the comment "homophobic. The Morales government swears he meant no harm. This point of view has been confirmed by scientists, and even the European Union has prohibited the use of some hormones in food," the government asserts, citing studies that have shown that sexual hormones in food can cause genital abnormalities in boys.