EUROPELGBTQ+ HUMAN RIGHTS ACROSS THE COMMONWEALTH
LGBTQ+ people enjoy many rights and protections in the European Commonwealth countries, especially compared with the rest of the world. In some countries, like Cyprus, same-sex marriage has yet to pass but in the meantime same-sex couples can enter into civil unions. Places like Guernsey, Jersey, Malta, and the Isle of Man are particularly equitable. Of particular note in 2022, however, is the intense anti-transgender rhetoric originating in the United Kingdom which is having a detrimental effect on the human rights struggle and also making the lives of transgender people less safe.
Isle of Man
Same-sex sexual activity legal
Serve openly in military
Change legal gender