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It is not clearly defined what the terms ‘sexual expression’ or ‘sexual orientation’ mean.Despite decriminalization, this Law which forbids “every encouragement and advocacy for national, racial or religious hatred”, it still does not explicitly forbid hate speech based on sexual orientation or gender identity.From their website: “Organization Q works for the promotion and protection of the culture, identity, human rights and support of LGBTIQ persons; elimination of all forms of discrimination and inequality based on sex, gender, sexual orientation, sexual identity, gender identity, gender expression and intersexual characteristics.Our vision is a society in which all persons live free from fear of themselves and of those who are different; a society which, through all of its segments, improves human rights and accepts and respects diversities of human sexuality.” They are actively engaged in public and private pro-active rights projects such as Pride festivals, parades (attempted), lobbying strategies, photo exhibitions, health and education seminars, participation in research, parties, and more. Organization Logos was initially registered at the end of 2005 under the name of the Initiative for Visibility of Queer Muslims (IIVQM), but shortly after changed its name to Logos and re-registered in 2006.As I slipped behind the wheel again a figure appeared at the window, a beefy thirty-something with a gelled-up soccer star hairdo: Ivo. Fourteen years post-war, Bosnia and Hercegovina (Bi H) is still warring in its collective psyche, a country of deep enmities, chronic corruption and political deadlock, but I haven’t yet had a bad experience with a hitchhiker. He began to thrust his middle finger into the clenched pussy of his other hand: “In Mostar, maybe…? We passed a motel and he gestured at it, then did a different mime, his palm slap-humping the opposite fist.In Ivo’s boyish shrugs, his melancholy half-smile, I sensed mostly resignation. “Ja, ti,” he said: “I, you.” I had no time to spare, nor much desire to put my tentative trust of Ivo to the test.(image right: national flag) The Law Against Discrimination was extended in 2009, prohibiting discrimination based on sex, sexual expression or sexual orientation.

“The society itself does not offer any support to those individuals who differ from the traditional idea of gender and sexuality, sexual orientation or gender identity and/or expression, making it much more difficult for LGBT individuals to accept themselves and to secure their lifestyle, and even the rights and freedoms they, as human beings, are entitled to.” The University of Virginia rights organization Global Rights has studied the complex post war social situation for LGBT citizens in FBi H and has written a extensive extensive report entitled “The Status of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Rights in Bosnia and Herzegovina–A Shadow Report” (2007).

Organization Q was the first LGBTIQ organization to register in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Organization Q for Promotion and Protection of Culture, Identities and Human Rights of Queer Persons was founded in September 2002, and formally registered in February 2004 on the level of Bi H.

The following notice from 2007 was posted on the ILGA website about Logos–however, none of the website addresses are correct and we are trying to find active sites.

“Organisation Logos has issued the Baseline Study on Faith-based Development in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Challenges of Non-patriarchal Approaches and Communities, which deals with the complex and vehement issue of place and treatment of LGBTIQ persons in the religious communities present in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Islam, Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, Hinduism, etc.).

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