Do you think ‘that labels such as ‘LGB and T’ are irrelevant in an increasingly gender fluid world.’? If your answer to that is ‘don’t know’ then you have missed out by not attending iDebate’s debate at City Hall on Wednesday 29th November.
Join iDebate to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexual relationships in the UK. The Sexual Offences Act of 1967 decriminalised private homosexual acts. It was a milestone and the start of the slow march over the last half century towards legal equality with heterosexuals. As it was fifty years ago it is worth rejoicing in the progress that has taken place. The change may have stopped people in the UK going to jail for homosexuality but it did little to prevent discrimination. It is only in the last decade that gay marriage has become legal.