Pliny Soocoormanee, of the Peter Tatchell Foundation, speaks with Andrew Lumsden, who helped achieve a partial decriminalisation of homosexuality in the UK.
Author Pliny Soocoormanee
When same-sex couples are denied the right to marry, it is a sign of flagrant inequality. The Church in Australia is on the wrong side of history.
More than 180 years ago, in 1835, Pratt & Smith were the last men executed in the UK for sodomy. Although the UK has made considerable progress on LGBT and human rights, in many other countries being gay is still a criminal offence. Father Frank Ryan who has done an enormous amount of research regarding this event.