Earliest decriminalisation of gay sex

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France became gay-friendly over 200 years ago in 1791

In 1789, 126 countries considered same-sex relationships illegal, until France became the first country to decriminalisation it in 1791, followed two years later by Monaco, and two years after that byBelgium and Luxembourg. Britain didn't change the law until 1982, and America in 2003.

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