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Actor-comedian Stephen Fry testifies about his own coming out and how British society improved for gay people since they were decriminalized in the 1960s, recently even got a legally registered partnership comparable to marriage, yet prejudices persist. The situation is much worse in various countries, some of which he can't even risk to visit, such as Iran, were practicing gays are executed. Uganda is considering such a law, but despite widespread 'religious' bigotry civil rights activists believe its exposure as illegal will backfire. Vigilance remains necessary, as even in the US, where gay rights arose, a counter movement for 'therapy' without scientific basis in the name of Bible puritanism causes lots of grief.

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