Britain's lower house of parliament approved a bill on Thursday reducing the age of consent for gay sex by two years to 16, throwing down a challenge to the upper house which rejected the legislation last year. Members of parliament in the House of Commons backed the reform by to in a free vote which allowed them to decide according to their own conscience rather than along party lines. It was the second time in just over a year that MPs had overwhelmingly backed the change. Last year their first attempt was frustrated when members of the upper chamber, the House of Lords, voted the bill down.
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What is the point in illegalizing sex? Let people make their own decisions themselves, instead of a government, a religion state or otherwise , or a certain political faction! In the United States, we can't even talk about sex with out being called "perverted", even if it is about "straight" sex, without being tormented. So much for the U.
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The historic Christian faith has always affirmed biblical teaching that homosexual acts are always wrong e. Leviticus , Romans The Bible is clear that the only legitimate context for sex is marriage and that marriage can only take place between a man and a woman Genesis Sexual acts between men and women before marriage fornication or outside marriage adultery are also condemned Matthew Probably everyone experiences sexual temptation 1 Corinthians
The reintroduction of a bill to make the law equal for gays and heterosexuals was promised after the House of Lords last year defeated the government's Sexual Offences Amendment Bill that would have brought in the change. Amid the speculation over what will be announced during the annual state opening of Parliament, another attempt to change the gay age of consent is almost certain. This is because the European Commission in found the age disparity between homosexuals and heterosexual ages of consent to be a breach of the European Convention on Human Rights. The case would have proceeded to the European Court if the government had not promised to change the law. But the Sexual Offences Amendment Bill was rejected earlier this year by peers led by Baroness Young, who had previously marshalled opposition to Ann Keen's amendment to the Crime and Disorder Bill, which was the first attempt to make the change in the law.