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The Pride parade in London is taking place on Saturday 6 July. Pride has been celebrated all over the world over the last few weeks. Two years ago in the UK, the Pride celebrations were particularly significant as marked the year anniversary since it stopped being illegal for two men to be in a relationship in England and Wales. This is called the decriminalisation of homosexuality, and meant that this wasn't going to be a crime anymore.
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The Act was renewed three times in , and Over the next 20 years various monarchs would change the impact of the legislation, but all kept it in place. The Act did not explicitly target homosexual acts between men as it also applied to sodomy between men and women and a person with an animal. However, it was male homosexual convictions that were by far the most common and publicised. Convictions under the Buggery Act were punishable by death. The new language of the law focused on male same-sex activity explicitly, where the Buggery Act had applied to men and women collectively.
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Article 12 protects the right of men and women of marriageable age to marry and to start a family. Your right to marry is subject to national laws on marriage, including those that make marriage illegal between certain types of people for example, close relatives ,. Although the government is able to restrict the right to marry, any restrictions must not be arbitrary and not interfere with the essential principle of the right. Men and women of marriageable age shall have the right to marry and to found a family, according to national laws governing the exercise of this right.
Convictions under the Buggery Act were punishable by death. Usage terms Public Domain. Often a letter expressing terms of affection between two men was all that was required to bring a prosecution. Female homosexuality was never explicitly targeted by any legislation.