Pennsylvania, charge of homosexuality to be removed from penal code

Pennsylvania, charge of homosexuality to be removed from penal code

A unanimous vote by the Pennsylvania State House to remove the word homosexuality in certain articles of the Penal Code

The State of Pennsylvania, with a vote of 198 in favor and none against or abstaining, passed House Bill 2125 (HB 2125). Now, the second step in its approval will be a passage through the Senate Judiciary Committee.

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Montgomery County Representative Todd Stephens introduced house Bill HB 2125, and as reported by Nicholas Vercilla in the Beaver County Times, would eliminate references to the word ‘homosexuality’ regarding prohibited sexual acts in the State Penal Code.

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Sthepens himself stated, ”This change is long overdue. This is a relic from a bygone era when the LGBTQ community faced criminal charges for their love. Yet, even as we reformed our marriage laws, our statutes remained stuck in the past. It’s time to finally change our laws to reflect reality”.

Of course, there will be no changes in sexual assault and illegal sexual activity with minors.

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