Its been 50 Years since Homosexuality was decriminalised, and times have changed. So we sat down an openly gay 13 year Old Louis and an Openly Gay 78 year old Percy to have a chat about the differences 50 years have made on Gay Culture and Acceptance. Guys, Thankyou for watching, Hope you liked it and were able to learn something new! Please share this video to educate someone you know about LGBT History and Awareness. This video was Produced/Edited & Directed by Trent & Luke but wouldn’t of happened without the amazing help of London Pride #ProudToBe and BBC2 with their new documentary ‘Against The Law’ which will be out at the end of july.


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  2. Being illegal in the US you just really considered that one of the consequences you had to take and you really didn't think about it. But you were aware. If you went to a gay club you made sure you knew where all the exits were and the windows in case there was a raid. Undercover cops were planted and you had to be very careful. They loved nothing better than arresting a fag and beating them nearly to death. There were so many twists and turns that could be incorporated into any charges against you. If you looked at an undercover cop in a wanting way you could be arrested for lewd behavior. But it didn't happen that often so the benefits way overrode the risks. It wasn't until 1996 that it was finally legal – BUT – in the privacy of your own home. Public display could get you beaten pretty quickly. But when you are young that's all you knew. There was nothing else for comparison. That was just the life you chose and you had to deal with it.

  3. I’m almost 12 and I came out it was basically forced cause my exes dad saw our conversation and asked for my dads number I gave it to him now I came out and I’m single af so here’s my insta any gays plz I would love some gay friends follow me- @bräxęñ

  4. That has shocked me also, that 50 yrs ago Cops could come into your house n arrest you for having a boyfriend and being gay. Wow, it sounded like Hitlers Germany. What those poor gay dudes had to live like in them days sucked and was a horrible nightmare :'(

  5. I grew up in USA, i remember thinking to myself after i came out to myself that it was natural, just another way of being, the worry came when i realized i would be growing up gay in the 1970's. Gays back then could easily lose their job, be bashed etc…. You really didnt come out to other ppl unless you had lots of support. I didnt come out to anyone till i was in my late 20's

  6. 6:50 He cried worried of his moms reaction hes gay…damn, no-one should have to doubt n fear ur parent wont love you, no matter what….only horrible af, garbagey parents stop loving their kid, ever!

  7. Thirteen and gotta bf? I guess he does same as me n my gf when we were 13, hold hands, hug n kiss….lol, anything else scared da crap out me aaand, her dad n bros were very bossy n scary even if we dared do more =

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