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"'I think it [sodomy] is a matter of morals' declared Judge Learned Hand (1872 1961) 'a matter very largely of taste, and it is not a matter that people should be put in prison about.' Previously, he had voted to make homosexuality punishable under the [N.Y.] Model Legal Code, because omitting it might make the entire Code less likely to be accepted. But later he changed his mind: 'I finally came to the the conclusion that the chance of its prejudicing the Code is not sufficient'"

The judge is pictured above.

In 1953, a gay fellow spilled the beans - read about it here...

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'They Want to Legalize Homosexuality' (People Today, 1955)

'They Want to Legalize Homosexuality' (People Today, 1955)

'They Want to Legalize Homosexuality' (People Today, 1955)

'They Want to Legalize Homosexuality' (People Today, 1955)

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