Ahead of the 50th anniversary of the Sexual Offences Act 1967 we want to hear from readers about what it meant then – and now

In July 1967 the Sexual Offences Act received royal ascent, a moment often described as the “legalisation of homosexuality”.

It was in fact only in England and Wales that sex between two men over 21 “in private” was partially decriminalised – further changes took time.

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