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Created on May 3, 2022
What does mean...
T stands for transgender
L stands for lesbian
G stands for gay
B stands for Bisexual
Q stands for queer
I stands for intersex
What rules and laws?
LGBT rights in the European Union are protected under the European Union's (EU) treaties and law. Same-sex sexual activity is legal in all EU states and discrimination in employment has been banned since 2000.
Never criminalised in EU law.
Last state criminalisation repealed in 1998.
Allowed to serve openly in all states
Discrimination protections :
Outlawed in employment with further protections in some member states' law
Recognition of relationships :
Same-sex marriage in 13/27 states
Recognition of same-sex unions in 23/27 states
No recognition of same-sex couples in 4/27 states
Same-sex marriage constitutional ban in 7/27 states.
Joint adoption in 14/27 states
Step-child adoption in 18/27 states
LGBTIQ rights in European Union