LGBT rights in Eurth

This list shows the level of LGBT rights in various countries in Eurth.

Country Right to practice same-sex activity Right to freedom of expression Right to serve in military Legal protection against discrimination Legal recognition of same-sex relations Right to adoption Right to change gender Recognition of transgender persons & rights
 Derthalen Partial No Partial No No No No No
As long as they produce children and care for children, yes. Illegal. As long as they keep it to themselves. Illegal. It is considered a personal fetish which is frowned upon. Illegal. Illegal. Illegal.
 Oyus Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Permitted Under the 20th Century Civil Rights Act
 Mauridiviah Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Protected by the Free Love Acts of the 1970s Constitutionally Protected Guaranteed by the Fatherland Protection Act of 1942 Protected by the Free Love Acts of the 1970s Protected by the Free Love Acts of the 1970s Protected by the Free Love Acts of the 1970s Protected by the Free Love Acts of the 1970s Free Love Act V of 1979
 Limonaia Yes Yes Yes No No No No No
Protected by the constitution of 1982 Protected by the constitution of 1982 Protected by the constitution of 1982 Illegal Not recognized Illegal Illegal Illegal
 Gallambria Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Protected by the Human Rights Act 1872
 Batengdei Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
The Batengdeian Government recognizes the right for all citizenry to orient themselves as they so desire, as long as it is limited to themselves.
 Cristina Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes
The Cristineses recognize the right for every individual to orient themselves as they so desire, as long as it is limited to themselves. There is no specific legal protection on the issue.
 Faramount No No No No No No No No
The Faramontese government and society heavily discriminate against the LGBT community. Open homosexuality is exceedingly uncommon, and often responded to with violence.
 Mantella No No No No No No No No
The New Order heavily discriminate against the LGBT community. Open homosexuality is uncommon and illegal since 1990. Penalty: Up to 3 years imprisonment and fines.