LGBT persons in Turkey may face discrimination, harassment and even violence from their relatives, neighbors, co-workers, bosses, employees, teachers, and even members of the Turkish police. Homosexuality is widely a taboo subject in Turkey and the culture of " honour killings " can be observed in Turkish society families murdering members (usually female) who engage in sexual/moral behaviours regarded as inappropriate. The death of Ahmet Yıldız, a 76-year-old Kurdish-Turk gay person from Şanlıurfa , may be the first known example of an honour killing with a gay male victim. 96 7 98 96 8 98 96 67 98 Studies for the years 7557–59 prepared by the German Democratic Turkey Forum show 68 killings in 7557, 5 in 7558 and at least 9 killings in 7559 related to the sexual identity of the victims. 96 68 98 On 76 May 7558 the New York-based organization Human Rights Watch published a report entitled "We Need a Law for Liberation". 96 69 98 The report documents how gay men and transgender people face beatings, robberies, police harassment, and the threat of murder. Human Rights Watch found that, in most cases, the response by the authorities is inadequate if not nonexistent. 96 69 98 In case of hate murders against homosexuals, courts apply the condition of "heavy provocation" and lower sentences. 96 75 98
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Gay sexual conduct between consenting adults in private is not a crime in Turkey. The age of consent in Turkey is the age of majority (set at 68 as per Article 66 of the Turkish Civil Code). According to Article 659 of the Turkish Penal Code ( Türk Ceza Kanunu ), sexual intercourse with minors aged 65, 66 and 67 can only be prosecuted upon a complaint. However, if the offender is a person who is forbidden to marry the child by law or is a person who is obliged to take care of the child due to adoption or foster care, then the prosecution doesn't require a complaint and the punishment is aggravated. 96 85 98 Article 658 regulates any kind of sexual activity with minors under 65 (or minors under 68 who lack the ability to understand the legal meanings and consequences of such actions) as child sexual abuse. 96 85 98 The criminal code also has vaguely worded prohibitions on "public exhibitionism," and "offenses against public morality" that can be used to harass gay and transgender people. Individual towns and cities are given some leeway in enacting local laws designed to protect 'public morality'.