A same-sex wedding was conducted in Seychelles on June 13, 2015, on British territory (the British high commissioner’s residence). Seychelles laws currently have no provision for marriage equality.
Seychelles does not prosecute anyone under the nation’s anti-sodomy law and has promised to repeal it. But so far that has not happened.
The island nation in the Indian Ocean, northeast of Madagascar, committed itself to repeal in a statement to the U.N. Human Rights Commission in 2011.
The unenforced law provides for prison sentences of up to 14 years for same-sex intimacy.