Talk:Green Carnation Party

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I think we can de-prop this. The question I have is, if all these great minds and such fled to the US who didn't have such punitive anti-homosexuality laws as England did *here*, what did they do *there*? Was/is the NAL more "liberal" than Mother England/Scotland/Kemr? BoArthur 12:45, 18 May 2006 (PDT)

Hessler Persecution?

Would Hessler have persecuted homosexuals? Or would he have even cared? Hitler did because he wanted other "ethnicities" to persecute besides the Jews, because obviously some people cared more strongly about one than the other. Comments? BoArthur 12:47, 18 May 2006 (PDT)

Hitler didn't care about the ones in his cabinetry, so long as they didn't embarass him. He killed them if they did. I believe Hessler would have persecuted them due to general outlook back then, and how close perople were with the church. Seth 15:51, 18 May 2006 (PST)
*Here* it was Himmler who was the raging homophobe. Interestingly, there was a current in Germany viewing homosexuality as a kind of "ultimate masculinity" that developed in the 19th century. Since the HRE was not Nazi Germany, and Hessler was not Hitler, methinks it would be interesting if Prussian policy was essentially one of tolerance. Gives me an idea, actually...hmmmmm (beafraidbeveryafraid) Zahir 18:40, 18 May 2006 (PDT)
Pre Nazi germany *here* was one of the most gay-friendly place in europe at the time (in the cities anyway). I think the laws regarding homosexuality in Germany before and during GW2 *there* wouldn't have been much different then in any other countries: basicaly "don't do it in public and we won't arrest you" in addition to the odd raids on "Gentlemen's gentlemen club".--Marc Pasquin 18:50, 18 May 2006 (PDT)

Sodomy

historicaly, the term actualy refered to *any* sexual acts considered "against nature" (like bestiality). This is why many countries still have laws that make sodomy a crime but has nothing to do with homosexuality (or even anal sex). --Marc Pasquin 09:17, 19 May 2006 (PDT)

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