Prison time and fine for conscientious objector Mehmet Tarhan
The Sivas Military Court sentenced conscientious objector Mehmet Tarhan to 15 months in prison and a 9,000 Turkish Lira (about 3,200 Euro) fine.
“I was a commander but when I came out as trans, it was all finished”
Doga told us of her education and work life for Pink Life Association’s “We can’t get enough of trans” book.
Lots of guns but no trans!
Helin wrote about her “adventure with the military” for Kaos GL Magazine’s 117th issue (March – April 2011) titled “Militarism.”
“Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” Arrangement for Gay Soldiers in Turkish Armed Forces?
The Turkish Armed Forces is set for a new health regulation saying to gay soldiers “If you don’t reveal that you are gay, I won’t investigate it”. The new health regulation was published in the Official Gazette on 5 February.
Other News and Articles in This Category
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- Officers Committing “Homosexuality Offence” to be Dismissed From the Turkish Army
- AKP and Turkish Armed Forces Agree On Gay Soldiers!
- Unnatural Sexual Relation or Psycho-Sexual Deficiency: Is A Third Way Impossible?
- Letter from Council of Europe: Stop the degrading treatment to gays by Turkish Army
- New Psychological Torture for Gays from GATA: “Facing the Family”
- Possible Reduction of Sentence for Ýnan Süver
- Turkish transsexual star acquitted of insulting army
- Transgender Turkish singer on trial for criticizing military
- SITUATION OF GAYS IN TURKISH ARMY
- Turkish Conscientious Objector and Gay Activist Mehmet Tarhan sentenced to 25 months of Heavy Imprisonment
- Military court rules gay objector must do service
- Letter to the members of the European Parliament for Mehmet Tarhan, a Turkish Gay Activist
- Gay Conscientious Objector Ends Hunger Strike, Prison Sentence Overruled on Appeal
- Outrage call on Turkey to cease abuse
- Mehmet Loves Peace/ Baris