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Guyana is the only country in South America , and the only country in the Americas outside the Caribbean , where homosexual acts as well as heterosexual anal and oral sex are still illegal. Under the laws of Guyana, engaging in anal or oral sex can carry a possible punishment of life imprisonment. The law is not enforced , however. Recently, there have been efforts to decriminalise homosexual acts.
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Belize Supreme Court Overturns Anti-Gay Law

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LGBT rights in Belize - Wikipedia

Our Circle has embarked on a project designed to aid the LGBT community in understanding and minimizing the effects of social inequality in Belize. As an introduction to this initiative, Our Circle conducted a baseline survey in which they engaged sixty-one 61 LGBT persons in Belize, fifty-two 52 of whom were part of same sex couples residing in Belize. Please note, this report captures only a percentage of the LGBT same sex couples in Belize, as the survey collection period was three weeks. The data was collected via online survey and does not reflect the entirety of the LGBT same sex couples in Belize. This report acts as baseline information and calls for further research into the dynamics of same sex couples in Belize.

LGBT rights in Belize

To download a PDF version of this article, click here. While such laws are generally not enforced, they contain inflammatory and bigoted language that impedes individual freedoms and encourages an intolerant society. Though a ruling was expected on July 27, this landmark decision has been delayed until August As of August 2, this number was
Caleb Orozco has been denounced as the antichrist, received death threats and had a beer bottle smashed into his face. Next Tuesday, the gay rights campaigner will face a very different kind of challenge, when he comes up against the attorney general of Belize and the leaders of the country's churches. The courtroom battle over the Caribbean state's colonial-era "anti-buggery" laws is a significant milestone in a global campaign to decriminalise homosexuality. For four days, Orozco, supported by the former UK attorney general Lord Goldsmith and Godfrey Smith, Belize's former attorney general, will dispute the legality of a 19th-century law drafted in Britain. Defending section 53 of Belize's criminal code, which outlaws "carnal intercourse" between consenting same-sex adults, will be Belize's current attorney general, Wilfred Elrington, backed by the country's Catholic, Anglican and evangelical churches.
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