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The Code penalised certain issues related to marital life and sexuality (such as forced marriage, rape, separation/divorce without the approval of a clerical court, and infanticide).It did not, however, mention same-sex sexual activity; and so homosexuality became effectively legal for a period of six years.On 5 July 2011, the Parliament approved a youth law, prohibiting discrimination on the ground of sexual orientation.On 28 July 2011, the Parliament approved a change in the Health Insurance Law, based on which sex change surgeries became fully covered by the state-wide basic medical insurance plan, beginning in 2012.Until 2002, Serbia had no special protection specifically aimed at LGBT rights.In 2002, the National Assembly approved the Broadcasting Law which permits the Broadcasting Agency to prevent the spreading of information encouraging discrimination, hate and violence based on sexual orientation (among other categories).Since 2003, there has been legislation (part of the Information Law) specifically in place to counter verbal discrimination based on sexual orientation within the media.
Households headed by same-sex couples are not eligible for the same legal protections available to opposite-sex couples.
Description: Zoran Milosavljević September 2012 Supervisors: Dr Mark Johnson University of Hull, UK Approved by: Dr Edyta Just University of Lodz, Poland Dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment o...
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) persons in Serbia may face legal challenges not experienced by non-LGBT residents.
In 1994, male homosexual sexual intercourse was officially decriminalised in the Republic of Serbia, a part of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
The age of consent was set at 18 years for anal intercourse between males and 14 for other sexual practices.