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50 years after the Sexual Offences Act 1967 partially decriminalised homosexuality in England and Wales, the British Library'sGay
A friend of mine, 25-year old Gina Martin, was enjoying British Summer Time festival in Hyde Park, London, when she caught a guy standing nearby looking at a photo of a woman's crotch on his mobile phone. To her horror, Gina realised that it was an up-skirt photo of her.
Homosexuality was decriminalised in the UK 50 years ago today.
I think today we can all celebrate a more open liberal society, with same-sex couples able to marry and huge steps forward being made for gender recognition, and I further think we Lib Dems have a bit of a right to blow our own trumpet about it. Yes, we are by no means the only party to have furthered LGBT+ rights: but we were, for example, the first party to host a gay rights fringe at party conference.
A man has been banned from engaging in any sexual activity with women unless he notifies police a day in advance, reports
A female school worker appeared in court on Monday accused of having sex with pupils. Emma Webb, 41, is facing 19 charges
A female worker at a school in Berkshire has been charged with sexual offences against three boys. The 41-year-old was charged
A teacher who quit his job to marry a pupil he taught has been "left by her" after having two children together. John Forrester
What we used to refer to as a proposal for a directive on combatting child sexual abuse, sexual exploitation of children and child pornography is now a finished item. Well more or less. It went through the European Parliament in Strasbourg earlier today, unamended.