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In 2008, a 25-year-old student was brutally killed in a park in Sofia in because he was perceived to be gay.
During the investigation, a man testified that the two suspects were part of a group intending to "cleanse" the park of gays.
Following the Liberation of Bulgaria in 1878, the country's own Penal Code came into force on , and homosexual acts between males over 16 years of age became punishable by at least six months of imprisonment.
The revised Penal Code of removed the sections outlawing homosexual acts.
Same-sex couples are banned from adopting in Bulgaria.
Nevertheless, since 2004, single lesbian women have had access to IVF.
A 2002 Pew Global Attitudes Project survey recorded that 37% of Bulgarians think homosexuality should be accepted by society, and the 2007 Pew Global Attitudes Project survey recorded that acceptance had risen to 39%.
However, single individuals regardless of sexual orientation are allowed to adopt, though requests from single men are rarely accepted.
Lesbian couples do not have access to IVF and artificial insemination, as it is only available to married opposite-sex couples.Later, in 1966, when revising the Penal Code, a group of experts decided that homosexual acts will no longer be considered a crime because lesbians and gays "are ill people, who shouldn't be punished because of the sufferings they are already going through (due to their illness)".