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In France, it was the French Revolutionary penal code (issued in 1791) which for the first time struck down "sodomy" as a crime, decriminalizing it together with all "victimless-crimes" (sodomy, heresy, witchcraft, blasphemy), according with the concept that if there was no victim, there was no crime. Texas that state laws criminalizing private, non-commercial sexual activity between consenting adults at home on the grounds of morality are unconstitutional since there is insufficient justification for intruding into people's liberty and privacy.

Trudeau enshrined his commitment to anal sex equality last year, and showed his support for equalising the age of consent.

He called the bill “limited and overly vague” and critiqued the bill in The Globe and Mail earlier this week.

Maynard said: “For the hundreds of men charged in police raids of bathhouses across the country from the 1970s on, Bill C-66 will be of no use.

Additionally, life imprisonment is the formal penalty for male homosexual acts in Bangladesh, the Maldives, Myanmar, Pakistan, and Qatar.

But anti-sodomy laws have been repealed in Israel (which recognises but does not perform same-sex marriages), Japan, Kazakhstan, the Philippines, and Thailand.

Upon colonisation in 1788, Australia inherited laws from the United Kingdom including the Buggery Act of 1533.

These were retained in the criminal codes passed by the various colonial parliaments during the 19th century, and by the state parliaments after Federation.

“The same can be said for other Criminal Code provisions used to criminalize same-sex activity.” He continued: “These include indecent acts (used against gay bars and men picked up in parks and other public places), obscenity (used in well-known cases against gay/lesbian bookstores such as Glad Day in Toronto and Little Sister’s in Vancouver) and vagrancy (used historically to arrest transgender people).” “Because none of these offences are included in Bill C-66, anyone convicted under these laws will not be able to apply to have their records expunged.” The bill still needs to be read and passed by the Canadian Senate before the bill becomes law and the process can begin for the gay Canadians affected by these laws.