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Soon all eight Australian jurisdictions will allow men charged or convicted under historical anti-homosexuality laws to apply for expungement, which clears the charge or conviction from their criminal record.

After expungement, the conviction is treated as having never occurred, with the individual not required to disclose it and the conviction not showing up on a police records check.

Between 19, Australian states and territories progressively repealed anti-homosexuality laws that had been inherited from the British Empire.

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Transgender rights in Australia include amending a person's legal sex on official records such as birth certificates, although most jurisdictions require sex reassignment surgery to be undertaken first.

Australians outside the gender binary can legally register a "non-specific" sex on their federal legal documents and in the records of some states and territories.

This left Tasmania, whose government refused to repeal its sodomy law.

This led to the case of Toonen v Australia in which the United Nations Human Rights Committee ruled that sodomy laws violated the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.

Tasmania's continued refusal to repeal the offending laws led the Keating Government to pass the Human Rights (Sexual Conduct) Act 1994, which legalised sexual activity between consenting adults throughout Australia and prohibited laws that arbitrarily interfered with the sexual conduct of adults in private.

In the 1997 case of Croome v Tasmania, Rodney Croome applied to the High Court of Australia to strike down the Tasmanian anti-gay law as inconsistent with federal law.

States and territories began granting domestic partnership benefits and relationship recognition to same-sex couples from 2003 onwards, with federal law recognising same-sex couples since 2009 as de facto relationships.

Alongside marriage, same-sex relationships may be recognised by states or territories in various ways, including through civil unions, domestic partnerships, registered relationships and/or as unregistered de facto relationships.

and an audit of Commonwealth legislation, in 2009, the federal Rudd Government introduced several reforms designed to equalise treatment for same-sex couples and their families.

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