Same sex relationships from odious crime to gay marriage
Until homosexual men were being sent to prison for having a relationship. This book describes the remarkable change in social attitudes and analyses the law's responses to those changes. The book considers the different techniques for bringing about change in the law, and contrasts what can properly be achieved by judicial decisions with what can only be achieved by legislation. Much of the law about personal relationships reflects a compromise between differe
Same sex relationships : from 'odious crime' to 'gay marriage'
Same sex relationships: from 'odious crime' to 'gay marriage' by Cretney, Stephen Michael
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Same Sex Relationships: From 'Odious Crime' to 'Gay Marriage'
Bolero Ozon. Stephen Michael Cretney. Based on the Oxford Clarendon Lectures in Law, this book deals with the remarkable change in society's attitude to homosexuality over the last half century. Until homosexual acts were punished by the criminal law and as recently as Parliament forbade teachers from suggestingthat homosexuality was an acceptable family relationship.
Based on the Clarendon Lectures in Law given in October , this book deals with the change in society's attitude to homosexuality since the 's, and the Civil Partnership Act. It examines questions such as what are the essentials of the civil partnership relationship? And more. Read more Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours.