LGBT rights Malaysia, being an Islamic state with Sharia Laws, strongly goes against any Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and transgender rights group. This is due to Allah banning homosexuality in the Qur’an, with the penalty being death. As such, LGBTs have extremely harsh living conditions. These include transgender people to enlist in the army, and they are not allowed to legally change their gender. Homosexual couples are not allowed to adopt, marry and also will not be recognised as an official couple.
For example, in Islamic law, polygamy, or more specifically, polygyny (where a man has more than one wife) is allowed where they may have up to four wives. However, polyandry is not permitted. This practice is usually frowned upon or simply prohibited for a number of reasons. In Islam, the main reason why polyandry is not allowed is because such a practice will create doubts about the parenthood of the child. When one man has multiple wives, the father of the child is not in question.
A legalized system of prostitution often mandates health checks and certification, but only for women and not for male buyers. An example for this is Nevada, which is the only jurisdiction in the United States where prostitution is permitted. Although Nevada regulated laws for the legalization of prostitution, we still could not assure that all will follow the law. Nevada law requires that registered brothel prostitutes be tested weekly by a cervical specimen for gonorrhea and Chlamydia trachomatis, and monthly for HIV and syphilis furthermore, condoms are mandatory for all oral sex and sexual intercourse. Brothel owners may be held liable if customers become infected with HIV after a prostitute has tested positive for the virus.
ROLE OF NGO The role of NGO in developing country is where many issued like crime against woman , illiteracy are not addressed adequately is important. Non Governmental Organisation (NGO) plays active role in prevention and protection of child trafficking as well as rescue and rehabilitation of trafficking victims. Numbers such NGO are actively working in the field of child right issue specially child trafficking at national and international level, like Save Children, Childline Foundation, BBA, Prerana based at Mumbai, STOP based at Delhi, CORE based at Delhi, International Justice Movement based at Mumbai Sanlapp based at Kolkata, Prayas based at Delhi, Shakti Vahini based at Delhi etc. The role of those NGOs in
Teenagers more likely to have premature babies based to what Dr. Khashan Ali (2010) because they are not getting their needs and support. Pregnant women aged 14-17 years at high risk of preterm birth and of having a child with low-birth-weight, especially if they are having their second child according to Kecia Gaither, MD. (2014). A full-term pregnancy last about 40 weeks. A baby that delivers before 37 week is a premature baby.
Trafficking is always characterized by elements of exploitation through fraud, coercion and other illegal means. Human trafficking is a difficult to understand and complicated issue. It is not confined to a particular country or region but it has spread its roots more intensely in the third world countries especially in the subcontinent. However, if we talk about its connection in Pakistan it is quite distressingly connected with our society. In terms of definition, Human trafficking is modern-day slavery and involves the use of force, fraud, or coercion to obtain some type of labor or commercial sex act.
Once, the girl is 16 years old, there is no legal protection accorded to the wife, which, in my opinion is direct violation of fundamental human rights. The question that arises is, how can the same law provide for the legal age of consent for marriage to be 18 while protecting only those up to the age of 16 from sexual violence within
Homosexuality is illegal in many countries and is considered socially unacceptable in others. For safety and legal reasons, there are some countries where LGBTI travellers should keep a low profile and same-sex couples should avoid public displays of affection. Adultery is illegal in some countries, and corporal punishment can apply. Women may be legally required to travel with a male escort in some countries. There may also be laws against women driving
In India, prostitution is legal but the definition of it is limited to the exchange of money for sex, and does not include pimping, brothel-keeping and soliciting sex in any other way. The Immoral Trafficking Act makes it legal for a woman to voluntarily use her body to earn money, but criminalizes the organized form of prostitution. This basically means that a sex worker cannot publicize and organize her profession. This has been done to avoid encouraging prostitution, but in practice, it puts the prostitutes at a disadvantage since they have to depend on pimps and madams for a sustained operation. The law also prohibits using the services of a sex worker below 18 years of age.
Traditionally, boys are not taught anything about the anatomy of women, thus making those very ignorant to the struggle women face on a daily basis with their bodies which re more complex than the males. Religion, on the other hand, is also very uncompromising when it comes to teaching sexual education in schools, the church more especially insists on absolute abstinence until one is properly and legally married. Like in many African countries, South Africa's sex education does not go beyond AIDS prevention teaching, which people believe that the threat of contracting the STD will delay sexual intercourse until marriage