Should We Still Use Sexuality As A Social Descriptor?

For years, homosexuality was something that went unspoken. First it was illegal, and then, even when it was legalised, it was still taboo. For decades gay men and women have struggled to come out, and their sexuality has been seen as an aspect of their personalities that was better left unspoken. As gay rights evolved, the voice of the gay population grew stronger, louder and more self-defined, shedding the taboos and bringing sexual diversity into everyday life.

While it is still not the case in most parts of the world, in the UK in 2014, gay people finally enjoy equality with straight people in the eyes of the law. With that in mind, is it time sexuality stopped being used as a descriptor?

Click here to find out what actors James Sutton and Jeremy Sheffield, and Radio One DJ Scott Mills had to say when I chatted to them about the subject …

Miss Twenty-Nine xxx

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