Summary: Sexual orientation as a concept is so far not recognised by Greek Law, which implicitly but systematically recognises, accepts, protects and institutionalises human sexuality that is confined within the limits of the traditional married heterosexual couple. Other forms of sexuality are either: totally ignored, disapproved or tolerated by the law. The absence of any anti-discrimination law (with the exception of gender, race or origin) and the general negative climate have obliged Greek citizens to deny and/or hide their true sexual identity.
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