Parliament last week passed the law allowing convictions for offences committed before homosexuality was legalised in 1986 to be expunged. It’s believed more than 1000 gay men were convicted and shamed before the Homosexual Reform Act was passed. “They key element of the application process is showing that conductContinue Reading WELLINGTON, New Zealand — Gay men in New Zealand who were convicted of homosexuality more than three decades ago when it was considered a crime will soon be able to have their records cleared. Since attitudes to homosexuality have changed, shown by the growing popularity of websites such asContinue Reading