The years since the rise of gay liberation in 1969 have seen remarkable changes in the realm of sexuality. Lesbians and gay men have won important rights and attained a cultural visibility that would have been impossible to imagine even thirty years ago. Yet these rights are limited, and apply only to specific sections of those who face exclusion, discrimination or violence on the basis of their queerness in the realm of gender and/or sexuality.
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Norton-TaylorRichardSmithTom Rob‘Alan Turing, James Bond and London Spy: How the Security Services Became Britain’s Most Inclusive Employer’The Guardian201619 January available at: <http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/shortcuts/2016/jan/19/alan-turing-james-bond-london-spy-how-mi5-became-britains-most-inclusive-employer>