LGBT rights in Piauí

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Recognition of same-sex unions in South America
  Marriage
  Other type of partnership
  Unrecognized or unknown
  Same-sex marriage banned
  Same-sex sexual activity illegal

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people in Piauí, a state of Brazil located in the country's Northeast Region enjoy many of the same legal protections available to non-LGBT people. Homosexuality is legal in the state.

Recognition of same-sex marriages[edit]

  • On December 14, 2012, the Court of Piauí began granting same-sex couples marriage licenses through all notaries statewide, thus ending a long struggle for marriage equality in state. Now, couples do not need to have a judge's approval to get married. This change was published officially in the 'Diário do Justiça' of this state on December 17, 2012.[1]

LGBT adoption[edit]

Laws against discrimination[edit]

Gender reassignment[edit]

References[edit]