Age of consent: Equal for heterosexuals and homosexuals
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Have you undergone medical procedures in TAJIKISTAN for transition relating to gender identity?
The majority of people visiting this site have said No
Yes, and the treatment was excellent
Yes, and the treatment was fair
Yes, and the treatment was poor
Joint statement from Action Canada for Population and Development, Sexual Rights Initiative, COC Netherlands, Labrys and Equal Opportunities. Delivered by Karolina Więckiewicz, Federation of Women and Family Planning in Poland, on Wednesday 14 March 2012 >>>
No help - and sometimes worse - for the LGBT community in Tajikistan. Being gay is no longer a crime in Tajikistan, but police are reticent to address hate crimes, including the murder of a gay man in Dushanbe in 2011. Police have also been known to blackmail closeted individuals by threatening to expose them. >>>
HIV prevalence is reported to be up to 10 times higher among men who have sex with men and transgender people than among the general population in Eastern European and Central Asian cities. If countries fail to address the context of the epidemic, this already critical situation is likely to become worse. >>>