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The prevailing public opposition to homosexuality, is especially relevant to how the Egyptian legal system deals with sexual orientation and gender identity issues.Egyptian law does not explicitly criminalize homosexuality or cross-dressing, but it does have several provisions that criminalize any behavior or the expression of any idea that is deemed to be immoral, scandalous or offensive to the teachings of a recognized religious leader.While arrests had been periodically occurring under these laws for decades, a more systematic crackdown appeared to have begun in the early part of the twenty-first century.

Within a year, the Egyptian government began a public crackdown on Egyptian gay men by raiding private parties, arresting the guests and charging them under the Prostitution and Debauchery law.These depictions leave plenty of room for speculation, because in ancient Egypt the nose-on-nose touching normally represented a kiss.Egyptologists and historians disagree about how to interpret the paintings of Nyankh-khnum and Khnum-hotep.The law against prostitution also bans "debauchery", even if the act did not involve trafficking or prostitution.Egyptian court's interpreted the ban on debauchery to criminalize homosexual relations between consenting adults.

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