Punishments for male to male relationships: Fines or restrictions or penal labour
Female to Female Relationships: Not Legal
Marriage and Substitutes for Marriage: No law
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Have you been the victim of violence in ANGOLA because you are trans?
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Yes, by individuals
Yes, by a group
Yes, by the police
08/10/2013 | Pan Africa ILGA Regional Communications
In a bold move, UNAIDS has gone ahead with a long-mooted plan to make Angola’s transsexual Kuduro star Titica one of its goodwill ambassadors.
UNAIDS is no stranger to recruiting popular Angolan figures to help with its in-country awareness campaigns. Angola’s Miss Universe, Leila Lopes, was until recently the face (and body) of a poster campaign, encouraging people to get tested and use condoms. And last year, Nacissela Maurício from the Angolan women’s basketball team, was made the first formal UNAIDS Goodwill Ambassador for the country. >>>
14/03/2011 | Charge de Communication Pan Africa ILGA
Few gays in Angola risk being open about their sexuality because Angolan society is not yet prepared to accept homosexuals. A positive development for Angola’s homosexual population, however, is that gays have now stopped being invisible and are included in discussions on public health and the HIV epidemic. >>>