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Kyrgyzstan presents a difficult challenge for homosexual people.

It is politically unstable with a recent history of violence among major ethnic groups; it is mostly rural with a population that is 80% Muslim and education levels are low.

The country is rural: only about one-third of population live in urban areas.

Islam is the dominant religion of Kyrgyzstan: 80% of the population is Sunni Muslim while 17% follow Russian Orthodoxy and 3% other religions.

It is required that every child finishes 9 grades of school and receives a certificate of completion. Strangely, sexual acts between persons of the same-sex are legal in Kyrgyzstan since 1998.

This country appears on the European Union’s list of prohibited countries for the certification of airlines.

To the first question one of the representatives of the governmental delegation said that they acknowledged the problems of LBT issues, and that they realized the need for further research into the issue.

Corruption is common which results in widespread poverty.

In such an environment any chance for tolerance toward “Gay Life in Kyrgyzstan” is slim despite the fact that same-sex activity was decriminalized in 1998, before the breakdown of the Soviet rulers in Kyrgyzstan.

Labrys is committed to improving the situation of Lesbians, Bisexual women, Gay men and Transgender people in Kyrgyzstan through empowering LGBT themselves and working with general public to integrate LGBT.

Vision of Labrys: to strive for all of its members to have equal rights and opportunities, regardless of their sexual orientation/practices, race, ethnicity, age, gender, gender identity/gender self-expression, religion and social status…

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