Well, guess what?
Gay.com UK: Final farewell to Section 28
Section 28 received the Royal Assent yesterday afternoon, the final nail in the coffin before the legislation is repealed.
The law, which allegedly bans councils and schools from "promoting homosexuality", but actually helped produce a confusing and fearful situation for young gay people, has been the focus of UK gay activism for the past decade.
Introduced under Margaret Thatcher, Section 28 was deemed "unnecessary and offensive" by Local Government Minister Nick Raynsford, who spoke yesterday of how he was overjoyed that it was finally being binned.
"For over a decade, Section 28 has cast a cloud of confusion and ambiguity over local authorities' ability to support and provide services to the whole of their community.
"Repeal means that this cloud has lifted."
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My goofy grin just got bigger.