The history of Britain’s gay rights journey from 1950 to today (video)

A great video from Britain’s Channel 4 looking at the cultural shift in Britain from the mid-1950s to today in terms of attitudes towards gays and lesbians.

As you may have read, the British House of Commons passed legislation legalizing gay marriage today (it’s the “second reading,” which means while there’s a ways to go, the outcome is now almost certainly in favor of legalizing gay marriage).

Here’s Channel 4 (ht/t JoeMyGod)

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3 Responses to “The history of Britain’s gay rights journey from 1950 to today (video)”

  1. voroki says:

    If there is an afterlife Alan Turing is in heaven smiling.

  2. 2patricius2 says:

    Thank goodness!

  3. nicho says:

    The forces of hate, disguised as religion, are still out there, but we’re winning.

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