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Male to Male relationships: Not Legal
Punishments for male to male relationships: Death
Female to Female Relationships: Not Legal
Marriage and Substitutes for Marriage: No law

Your Views

Are you LGBTI? We want to hear from you! Help us inform other users of the site with your views on this country. Below is a random question about this country. If it is relevant to you please answer it.

Traveled to SUDAN? Did you feel comfortable as a trans person while there?
I did not feel comfortable at all (0 %) I felt comfortable at the hotel, but nowhere else (0 %) Only immigration authorities made me uncomfortable (0 %) I had no problems as a trans person (0 %)

The SUDAN country survey is populated by LGBTI groups who have acted as liaisons with ILGA to identify issues affecting the LGBTI community.

Organizations were asked to discuss 4 broad subjects: the law, the mood (the social climate), the LGBTI movement as well as what would be, according to them, the most pressing campaign in their country.

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How structured and active is the LGBTI movement in your country?
How structured and active is the LGBTI movement in your country?
Beacuase of the pressure from the sudanese government most of the activities of this organiztaion is in secret. But its helping all LGBT people in Sudan and giving them a place to express them self. After all its the only organization fighting for LGBT rights in Sudan.
How many groups operate?
Only one organization ( Freedon Sudan, the sudanese LGBT organization )
How long have they existed?
since 2006
How do they interact with the LGBTI community?
throw their organization's webside (http://freedomsudan.webs.com/) using their discussion forums which it gives all LGBT people a place to express the self and and monthly meeting in different places in Sudan.
How do they interact with other civil movements?
How do they interact with the media?
Some sudanese members of the organization were able to come out in puplic and they told about the situation of LGBT people in Sudan.
How do they interact with the government?
The government want to eliminate this organiztaion. They already cought some of the members and no one knows what happened to them. they were never seen since.
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