New Mexico has seen prominent advances in lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) rights, being legal since 1975, and more progress has been made since then, especially post 2000's. Same-sex marriage is legal statewide in New Mexico, as is adoption and donor insemination rights for lesbian couples. Same-sex couples now share in identical rights as heterosexual married couples do. The capital of New Mexico, Santa Fe, is often cited as one of the United States' gay capitals; and the state's largest city Albuquerque, including its large metropolitan area, is often referred to as a "gay friendly" city.

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  • New Mexico has seen prominent advances in lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) rights, being legal since 1975, and more progress has been made since then, especially post 2000's. Same-sex marriage is legal statewide in New Mexico, as is adoption and donor insemination rights for lesbian couples. Same-sex couples now share in identical rights as heterosexual married couples do. The capital of New Mexico, Santa Fe, is often cited as one of the United States' gay capitals; and the state's largest city Albuquerque, including its large metropolitan area, is often referred to as a "gay friendly" city. (en)
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  • New Mexico
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  • Altering sex on birth certificate requires SRS
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  • New Mexico
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  • Same-sex marriage legal statewide since December 2013
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  • New Mexico has seen prominent advances in lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) rights, being legal since 1975, and more progress has been made since then, especially post 2000's. Same-sex marriage is legal statewide in New Mexico, as is adoption and donor insemination rights for lesbian couples. Same-sex couples now share in identical rights as heterosexual married couples do. The capital of New Mexico, Santa Fe, is often cited as one of the United States' gay capitals; and the state's largest city Albuquerque, including its large metropolitan area, is often referred to as a "gay friendly" city. (en)
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  • LGBT rights in New Mexico (en)
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