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January 1994
New Statesman & Society;1/14/94, Vol. 7 Issue 285, p6
Comments on Great Britain's Tory Party members' pledge to vote for the reduction of the age of consent for gay men to 16. Unreasonable existence of different law of age of consents for gay men and heterosexuals; Principle underlying the case for equal treatment of homosexual and heterosexual ages of consent.


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