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LGBT attitudes in Wales: how far have we come? When that didn't work, Mike moved to London to go to university - though this was as much about "coming out" as for the education. Back then, he felt the "move to the city" was essential for him to "fully explore and embrace" his queer side. But after leaving university, becoming a travel writer and exploring Wales, he fell in love with the Welsh landscape and culture, and decided to move there.

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Sgt Karl Anderson said: "BTP is treating this incident, which took place as the train travelled between Caersws and Machynlleth rail stations, as a sexual assault.

From other local news sites. Homosexuality was only decriminalised in the late sixties, a few years before they moved to rural Wales in It's far more than just a party and we must never lose sight of how important it is to protect our diversity. More Machynlleth this story.

In the s, for instance, poet Edward Prosser Rhys scandalised the chapels when he gave a nod to same-sex affection in one of his works. Mike said: "Many of the men were sent to prison and at least one committed suicide. When that didn't work, Mike moved to London to go to university - though this was as much about "coming out" as for the education.

On its website, the centre said "an exciting, new exhibition" was being launched at the newly renovated venue.

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Parliament House was built in about and is understood to stand on the site of Glyndwr's parliament. Update August In NovemberBall pleaded Machyynlleth to an offence of sexual assault and was sentenced to five weeks in prison. The alleged assault is said to have happened on a service between Caersws and Machynlleth on 12 August. Inhe also became heavily politicised when Margaret Thatcher's government introduced the controversial Section 28 amendment.

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The man had ended up in prison for being gay, and it ruined him. Back then, he felt the "move to the city" was essential for him to "fully explore and embrace" his queer side.

LGBT attitudes in Wales: how far have we come? They lived in fear. Officers said a man sat next to a year-old woman and harassed her.

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This stated that local authorities should not "intentionally promote homosexuality" or "promote the teaching… of the acceptability of homosexuality as a pretended family relationship". He received abuse, he claims, from a councillor who accused him of committing a slur against the nation. A lime plaster ceiling has also been refurbished.

A new exhibition about the 15th Century rebel prince is also being unveiled. Others had a torrid time.

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Machynlletu after leaving university, becoming a travel writer and exploring Wales, he fell in love with the Welsh landscape and culture, and decided to move there. Funding has come from the historic monuments agency Cadw. Powys train sex assault inquiry police name man Published 2 November image captionThe image released by British Transport Police British Transport Police investigating a sexual assault on a train in Powys have released a CCTV image and named a man they want to question.

Related Topics. The Owain Glyndwr Centre in Machynlleth, Powys, tells the story of the Welsh uprising fromand first opened in Mark Geoffrey Ball, 39, is believed to be living in the Aberystwyth area, but is thought to spend time in Shrewsbury, Oswestry and Weston Rhyn in Shropshire. Money has paid for new a heating and lighting system, and for the restoration of a mural of Glyndwr leading his warriors into Machynlketh.

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It added: "This innovative and up-to-date exhibition, a complete rede and updating of the exhibition, provides a colourful, informative - and sometimes intriguing - glimpse into the life and times Machhnlleth Owain Glyndwr, gentleman and soldier, lawyer turned rebel, national hero and self-proclaimed Prince of Wales. Mike said: "For most of their lives, they were taught to be a homosexual was a crime.

While artist Sir Cedric Morris, originally from Woken, Swansea, felt he had to leave Wales behind in the early s in order to live his true life. The law essentially made people outcasts.