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The Tunisian Government has in the past used forced anal testings to determine if individuals had committed sodomy.
Commenting on the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia in 2012, Fadi said: "The Tunisian LGBT community in Tunisia has started to mobilize and discretely form its support-base.
In 2008, the Government of Tunisia was one of the co-sponsors opposing statement the 2008 General Assembly resolution and declaration calling for the decriminalization of same-sex sexual intercourse worldwide.
Cross-dressing is not expressly illegal, although transgender people, along with gay people, are oftentimes accused of violating Article 226 of the national penal code which outlaws "outrages against public decency".
Associations also organized events and public demonstrations to mark the International Day against Homophobia in May.
In March 2011, Tunisia's first online magazine for the country's LGBT community, Gayday Magazine, was launched.A representative of this campaign expressed an interest to create a registered group in Tunisia to campaign for these legal reforms.