The history of homosexuality in the United Kingdom is a turbulent one. Christianity and LGBT individuals have been at odds with each other at varying degrees since the very inception Kingdom. Under the Buggery Act of 1533, homosexuality was seen as a sin punishable by death. Cases like the executions of John Pratt and John Smith tell us that to be yourself in those days would have cost you your life, liberty, and property.
But when being homosexual saw decriminalization on 1982 thanks to the rise of the LGBT rights movement, gay men where finally able to come out of the closet and lead normal lives. The Equality Act of 2010 established the rights of the LGBT community within society and since 2014, they have been able to enter into same-sex marriages.
According to the “Integrated Household Survey” , 1.5% of the population of the United Kingdom identify as either gay, lesbian, or bisexual with some surveys claiming more. There are more LGBT individuals in the UK parliament than anywhere in the world and numerous gay pride parades held annually throughout the country.
The UK has now become one of the most gay friendly places to live in. Although there are still some isolated cases of discrimination, a gay individual may enjoy equal protection by the law and acceptance from the society as a whole. In fact things such as gay spanking and the likes have become quite popular these days and it looks like just getting better from her.