Vatican City

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Despite being the centre of Catholicism, there is no law about being gay in world’s smallest state, the Vatican City. There are however no discrimination protections, and it does not recognise same-sex relationships. Homosexuality has been legal since 1890; this is largely due to the fact that the Vatican City’s laws are based on the Italian penal code. There are no other protections for LGBT+ people.

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