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On , the High Court of Kenya refused an order to declare sections 162 and 165 unconstitutional.
The state does not recognise any relationships between persons of the same sex; same-sex marriage is banned under the Kenyan Constitution since 2010.
There are no explicit protections against discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity. Transgender people have historically suffered discrimination, and there are no statutory provisions relating to transgender rights.
However, there have been a series of court rulings in favour of transgender rights, such as the right to change the names appearing on legal documents.
It is currently unclear as to whether these rulings constitute substantive law on the issue of changing legal gender.