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  79. In February 1994, Parliament considered reform of the law on and other sexual offences during the passage of the Criminal Justice and Public Order Bill. The Lords passed the bill at second reading, but made an amendment during committee stage to maintain the age of consent for buggery at 18 for both sexes. Retrieved 2 May 2010. Retrieved 19 December 2017.
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  81. YouGov: What the world thinks. Given lack of evidence for the efficacy of such treatments, this is likely to be unwise or even harmful. Subsequently, the Sexual Offences Amendment Bill was introduced on 16 December 1998 and, again, the equalisation of the age of consent was endorsed on 25 January 1999 by the House of Commons, but was rejected on 14 April 1999 by the House of Lords. A more recent opinion poll, conducted in 2017 by , found that 77% of the British public were in favour of same-sex marriage.
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  85. Scotland's a fun place all year round, where you can spend an afternoon wandering around a city, visiting galleries, and an evening at a lively bar, soaking up the atmosphere and enjoying a drink and a delicious meal. There are some great LGBT events happening throughout the year, while a number of bars, restaurants and clubs offer themed nights, parties, exhibitions and much, much more. Events In February, Scotland celebrates LGBT History Month with an excellent selection of programmes and activities right across the country, so you can enjoy everything from film screenings and debates to parties and ceilidhs. Edinburgh's gay pride festivities, Pride Scotia, take place every June. The colourful parade sees people of all ages and walks of life march through the city, finishing with a festival which includes a BBQ, health and community fair, live music and entertainment. Scotland's capital city offers a year-round calendar of activities and events which peaks in summer with the fantastic festivals. They always include a wide variety of shows with an LGBT theme, from theatre and comedy to club nights and exhibitions. Glasgow's Pride celebrations are famed for their fun, friendly atmosphere and their great programme of events including parties, club nights and art exhibitions. Find out more on the LGBT scene and events in Scotland below. Edinburgh Edinburgh is home to a vibrant gay community with lots of events and nights out. Restaurants, bars and clubs LGBT visitors will enjoy a warm welcome at bars and restaurants across the city, and there's also a small but friendly gay scene home to a number of great cafés, bars and restaurants. Themed nights and pub quizzes take place during the week. Woodland Creatures on Leith Walk holds LGBT social evenings, while Henry's Cellar Bar, the Mash House and the Annexe all host pop-up club nights. Find more stylish bars and restaurants around the capital in our guide to. Glasgow Glasgow is home to a wealth of museums and galleries and its calendar is packed full of shows, festivals and other exciting events. Attractions Glasgow Women's Library is one of a kind in Scotland with a remarkable range of materials and publications relating to women's lives, histories and achievements. The fascinating collections include the Women's Suffrage Collection containing artefacts such as card games, jewellery, postcards and clocks; a Lesbian Archive featuring journals, personal papers, pulp fiction and other materials; and the National Museum of Roller Derby dedicated to the ever-growing sport pioneered by women. Food, bars and clubs Glasgow's lively gay scene is made up of a host of stylish bars and clubs mostly located around the Merchant City area, though LGBT visitors will enjoy a warm welcome across the city. Events include karaoke nights and performances from both local and international names. It hosts a range of special events, such as Eurovision parties or bingo on Sunday afternoons. Located on Brunswick Street, it's friendly and relaxed with well-priced drinks, great music, TVs showing live sports and entertainment at the weekends. Popular and down to earth, it attracts a mixed but mostly older crowd of loyal regulars. Its three floors draw in a diverse crowd, offering well-priced drinks and different themes and styles of music throughout the week. The club offers live entertainment from international drag queens and pop acts. Find more about and discover more great bars and restaurants around the city. Aberdeen Established in 1996, Cheerz has been at the heart of Aberdeen's small but welcoming gay scene for the best part of two decades. Pop in to enjoy the weekly pub quiz on Wednesdays or karaoke on Mondays, Saturdays and Sundays, plus pop and dance music and good-value drinks throughout the rest of the week. Dundee Winner of Scotland's Best Independent Bar 2014, Klozet is Dundee's largest gay bar and is ideal for anyone looking to have a great time in a fun, casual atmosphere. The bar boasts a classy, understated decor and a great selection of drinks, with karaoke, live music and special events taking place throughout the week. Open Wednesday to Sunday, Before Out is a relaxed gay bar offering great drinks promos, free pool and karaoke on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. Pop in before 11pm for a stamp to get free entry to Out, a fun and relaxed nightclub just around the corner on Seagate. Tuck into tasty pub food or get ready for a night out with drinks and cocktails, all at low prices and in a vibrant atmosphere. Useful information Find out more about safety and your rights on the Equality Network's website. It is very rare for LGBT visitors to encounter any issues in booking accommodation but you can find a list of those who state they are LGBT friendly. This provides information on all things LGBT in Scotland, from news and events to accommodation. Follow our step-by-step guide to planning your perfect Scottish wedding.
  86. Currie's amendment was defeated by 307 votes to 280. Disregards have been available since 2012, removing the conviction from the person's criminal records. Recent polls have indicated that a majority of British people support same-sex marriage, and 76% of the UK servile that homosexuality should be accepted by society, according to a 2013 lgbt dating scotland. The UK Parliament had already agreed to make necessary amendments to the UK Equality Act lgbt dating scotland if the Scottish Parliament enacted same-sex marriage legislation, so as to allow certain religious and faith organisations to be met from having to conduct, or be involved in same-sex marriage if it contravenes their beliefs, as is also provided in the Scottish bill. A more recent opinion poll, conducted in 2017 byfound that 77% of the British public were in favour of same-sex marriage. However, as the bill had not met its passage through the Lords at the end of the parliamentary session on 30 November 2000, then certified that the procedure specified by the Parliament Acts had been complied with. Scotland passed a more comprehensive law in June 2018, with pardons being automatic for those still prime. In 2000, removed its ban on LGBT individuals serving openly. Retrieved 10 May 2017. Conversely, lesbians were never acknowledged or targeted by legislation. Wales similarly announced new regulations about sex education in May 2018, which will also discuss LGBT issues in schools.
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