In Julythe Bosnian and Herzegovinan Parliament adopted a bill amending anti-discrimination laws to explicitly prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity and sex characteristics. Bosnia and Herzegovina is a secular country composed of mainly Muslims and Christians Catholic and Orthodox. In Aprilthe Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina approved amendments to its Criminal Code by outlawing hate crimes on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity. Guides are young and professional with open minds. Logos was initially registered at the end of under the name of the Initiative for Visibility of Queer Muslims IIVQMbut shortly after changed its name to Logos and re-registered in Visitors need to be more discrete and to expect little in the way of an active gay scene.
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As such, attitudes towards members of the LGBT community tend to be quite conservative, much like other Eastern European countries.