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Austria and Switzerland are considering legislation to introduce same-sex marriage.Same-sex marriage was enacted in Finland by March 2017.Within a few months, Sweden became the first country in Europe from those that had previously defined homosexuality as an illness to remove it as such.Since then, eleven countries have followed (Lithuania in 1992, Belarus and Moldova in 1994, Ukraine in 1996, Poland in 1997, Latvia and Serbia in 2006, Montenegro in 2007, Hungary in 2012, Croatia in 2013 and Slovakia in 2014).Nevertheless, gay men and lesbians continued to live closeted lives, since moral and social disapproval by heterosexual society remained strong across Europe for another two decades, until the modern gay rights movement began in 1969.Various countries under dictatorships in the 20th century were very anti-homosexual, such as in the Soviet Union, in Nazi Germany and in Spain under Francisco Franco's regime.Both Armenia and Estonia are the only two countries within Europe that recognises legally performed same-sex marriages overseas, but does not perform them.
The claim that phallometry on men was the reason for decriminalization of homosexual behavior in Czechoslovakia is contradicted by the fact that it applied to women as well, as the notion of a male-specific fixity of sexual orientation as an argument for gay rights combined with the notion of female sexual plasticity is adverse to lesbian rights.
In 1979, a number of people in Sweden called in sick with a case of being homosexual, in protest of homosexuality being classified as an illness.
This was followed by an activist occupation of the main office of the National Board of Health and Welfare.
ANO leader Andrej Babiš, who looks set to be the country’s next prime minister, has come under scrutiny by the foreign media, where he is often described as a populist leader and the Czech Donald Trump.
In a live interview for CNN on Wednesday Babiš rejected both labels.