LGBT rights in Vasarden

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
 Aitic Federation Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Legal since 1919 Legalized in 1984 don't ask, don't tell policy since 1919
Fully legalized since 2006
Discrimination illegal since 1919 Civil Unions since 2008 Adoption legalized in 2016 Identifying as non-birth sex legal since 1984, sex-reassignment surgery legal since 2019
 Caraq Union No No No No No No No
Illegal under penalty of death or life imprisonment Illegal under penalty of up to 10 years' imprisonment De jure illegal
De facto don't ask, don't tell policy
None None Illegal Illegal
 Luepola Yes Yes Partial Yes Partial Partial No
Legal under the 1984 constitution Legal under the 1984 constitution
De facto legal since 1995
Don't ask, don't tell policy since 1990 Discrimination prohibited by the 1984 constitution
De facto prohibited since 1988
Marriages are conducted at the state level but federally recognized; some states permit marriage between same-sex couples Adoption illegal, but with extant loopholes[1] Illegal
 Granzery Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Partial Partial
Legal in Granzery since unification Legal in Granzery since unification Legalized in 2014 Discrimination based on sex or sexual orientation illegal since 1990 Civil Unions since 2010, Same-Sex Marriage legalized in 2019 Adoption legalized in 2006, however heterosexual relationships are given priority Identifying as non-birth sex legal since 1984
Hormone replacement therapy legalised in 2014
Sex-reassignment surgery illegal.
 Savland Yes Yes Partial Yes Yes No Partial
Legalized in 1987 Legalized in 1987 Don't ask, don't tell policy since 1992 Discrimination based on sex or sexual orientation illegal since 2010 Civil unions recognized since 2019 Illegal Legal to identify as the opposite sex, but unrecognized by the state
 Vierzland Yes Yes Partial Partial No No No
De jure legal since 1992
De facto legal since 2002
Legalized in 1992 Don't ask, don't tell policy since 2005 No national anti-discrimination policy; some policies exist at the state or municipal level Legal to marry, but unrecognized by the state Illegal Illegal; identifying one's self as their non-birth gender to a notary or public official carries a fine of ᛗ150 (~$100)


  1. A woman in a same-sex relationship can seek a surrogate father for a child, and keep the child while remaining in her same-sex relationship. Additionally, single parents are able to enter same-sex relationships with custody of their child.