Despite the constitution, Male homosexuality is still technically illegal in Fiji. The Fijian Penal code states that any person who has carnal knowledge against the order of nature faces imprisonment of 14 years, with or without corporal punishment and indecent practices between males is punishable by 5 years imprisonment.
There are no laws prohibiting sexual acts between women.
In 2002 the Marriage Act was amended to read as “union of one woman and one man to the exclusion of all others".
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