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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.Our World is an LGBT community center and human rights advocacy organization.In November 2016, the Ukrainian Parliament refused to back the Istanbul Convention, a European hate crime law, because its references to sexual orientation and gender violated what many Ukrainian lawmakers said were basic Christian values.Previously, all applicants needed permission from a special commission of the Ministry of Healthcare and needed to spend 30 days in a psychiatric hospital (usually placed in the same wards with patients who are mentally ill) and needed to be diagnosed with "transsexuality".Most Ukrainians affiliated with the Orthodox or Catholic Church tend to view homosexuality and non-traditional gender roles as signs of immorality.Prior to the Kiev pride parade, the head of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Patriarch Filaret, stated that people supporting LGBT rights would be cursed and Archbishop Sviatoslav Shevchuk of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church denounced homosexuality as a sin tantamount to manslaughter.For over a year they didn't let him go out of the house to work or study, they just kept him inside for fear of shame.And that's a familiar story in Ukraine." Gay and bisexual sexual orientations and transgender identity remain taboo subjects in Ukraine.
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.The largest of these groups in Ukraine is Love Against Homosexuality, which has the public support of celebrities and members of Parliament who believe that LGBT people are "sexual perverts" who need to be cured.In 1999, the former President of Ukraine, Leonid Kravchuk, stated that there are more important issues than LGBT rights to discuss in Parliament and that homosexuality is caused by a mental illness or the corrupting influence of foreign films.While such restrictions on pornography are not unique to Ukraine, by having a discriminatory standard put into place as to what constitutes pornography, any support for LGBT rights, even if not sexually explicit, can only publicly seen or expressly if the entire audience is of a minimum legal age.One of the major movement in opposition to LGBT rights in Ukraine the "ex-gay" movement which believes that lesbian, gay or bisexual sexual orientations, or trans gender identities, can be "cured" through therapeutic or religious programs.
Lesbian, gay, bisexuals, and transgender (LGBT) persons in Ukraine may experience different social attitudes and public policies than heterosexual persons or persons who have a more conventional gender identity.