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Can homosexuality be made Illegal in the UK again like it was in the 1960's
How would you feel about it if this happened, like it still is in so man foreign countries like Russia?
51-55, M
+ 2 13 replies 30 views Oct 19, 2019 |
RosaDawn · 41-45, F
I dont think its should be illegal.
Andy69 · 51-55, M
[@622098,Prokamin] Perhaps not, but I think it should be kept private !
RosaDawn · 41-45, F
[@1003495,Andy69] " God forgives the sin but not the scandal " haha
Andy69 · 51-55, M
[@622098,Prokamin] God loves the sinner, ..but not the sin !!
Things are becoming more repressed in the world in general. The already marginalized are suffering more.

Try to help the Kurds now. There might be some right here.
No, it would create a very bad image of the country. We meant to be going forward with change not backwards
Andy69 · 51-55, M
[@951167,stopforcefeedingmecakes] But it can be reversed, it has happened , I think it was Russia.
[@1003495,Andy69] Russia is very well frown upon for that. They may as well just be nazis
ShaythePanTransMan · 18-21, T
I don’t live in the UK but I would consider it very depressing indeed
Luckily it would never happen
Success · 22-25, F
No. The monarchy has already declared it legal and issued apology for past wrongdoing.
JBird · F
Maybe a time machine that could take you to ancient world would help. Because that's where people like you belong.
Emortal · M
Jerking off should be illegal too.
EugenieLaBorgia · 26-30, F
[b]5% support execution!![/b]

Russia has long held strongly conservative views regarding homosexuality, with recent polls indicating that a majority of Russians are against the acceptance of homosexuality and have shown support for laws discriminating against homosexuals. About 40% support either isolation or mandatory commitment for them, while 5% support execution.[5] Despite receiving international criticism for the recent increase in social discrimination, crimes, and violence against homosexuals, larger cities such as Moscow[6] and Saint Petersburg[7] have been said to have a thriving LGBT community. However, there has been a historic resistance to gay pride parades by local governments; despite being fined by the European Court of Human Rights in 2010 for interpreting it as discrimination, the city of Moscow denied 100 individual requests for permission to hold Moscow Pride through 2012, citing a risk of violence against participants.

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