Australian sex laws face liberalization

November 1981
Body Politic;Nov81, Issue 78, p18
Reports on the implications of protests from gay movements in Australia for the liberalization of sexual offences laws. Decriminalization of homosexual acts between consenting males in Victoria; Legislation to repeal homosexual offences laws; Maximum sentence for forced buggery.


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