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In 1991, the law was revised so as to better protect the right to privacy.Today, the law only concerns itself with same-sex sexuality activity when it involves prostitution, persons under the legal age of consent or non-voluntary behavior or public conduct that is deemed to be in violation of public decency standards.Other MPs, namely Communist MP Leonid Grach, have listed homosexuality and lesbianism as evils the state must stop.A draft law that would make it illegal to talk about homosexuality in public and in the media and to import, distribution and broadcast of video, photo and audio products that "encourages homosexuality" (with penalties of up to five years in prison and fines for up to 5,000 Ukrainian hryvnia (616 United States dollar In 1998, the first LGBT rights group was created.Additionally, the adopter must be at least 15 years older than the adopted child, or 18 years older if adopting an adult.The law also mentions that persons "whose interests conflict with the interests of the child" may not be adopters, but whether this provision has ever been applied against gay adopters is unknown.
These regulations allow gay and bi men to donate blood.
In 1992, the national Government revised its laws regarding gender identity to allow for, under medical approval, gender reassignment surgery and new personal identification.
No legal recognition exists for same-sex marriage, nor is there any sort of more limited recognition for same-sex couples.
Some remnants of the soviet mentality, which sees sexual topics as taboo and even denies their existence, exists even today.
Bias motivated crimes or hate crimes against people who are LGBT are frequently reported on in the international press, and while such violence is not legal in Ukraine, there is a perception by people living in Ukraine and globally that such violence is frequently tolerated by the government.