These include, among others, preventing and prohibiting bullying, creating support programmes and using a transgender student's preferred name. With few exceptions, the only professions open to them are nursing, domestic service, hairdressing, gay entertainment, and prostitution. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. LGBT people in Brazil represent 8. Marriage recognized but not performed 1. Articles with Portuguese-language external links Webarchive template wayback links CS1 maint: As ofdiscrimination on the basis of sexual orientation was prohibited in 73 municipal statutes.
Consequently, several judges have given favorable rulings for adoptions by same-sex couples.
LGBT rights in Brazil
The states of Brazil are prohibited from creating discriminatory laws, according to the national Constitution. Some conservative Catholic and Protestant senators argue that the law would be an aggression on religious freedom granted by the Constitution. Transgender rights in Brazil. An extremely small minority of transvestites have university educations or professional qualifications. Among the victims were gay men and lesbians, but also a large number of transsexuals.
Inin a landmark trial, the 4th Class of the Superior Court of Justice of Brazil STJ acknowledged, unanimously, that same-sex couples have the right to adopt children. Regionally, opposition to the gay rights movement has been strongest in rural interior regions. In Marchthe Senate Constitution and Justice Commission approved the federal anti-discrimination law. Ina survey conducted by Ministry of Health of Brazil revealed that the Brazilian gay population has more money than heterosexual population. Retrieved May 7, The film exposes life in metropolitan Rio de Janeiro, where various perpetrators murder members of the LGBT community with impunity.