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  Buggery Act 1533 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Buggery Act was piloted through Parliament by Thomas Cromwell.
Buggery remained a capital offence in England until 1861; and the last execution for the crime took place in 1836.
The English term buggery is very close in meaning to the term sodomy, and is often used interchangeably in law and popular speech.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Buggery_Act_1533   (530 words)

  
 Buggery: West's Encyclopedia of American Law
The criminal offense of anal or oral copulation by penetration of the male organ into the anus or mouth of another person of either sex or copulation between members of either sex with an animal.
Buggery is historically referred to as a "crime against nature." It is an offense under both COMMON LAW and statutes.
Although prosecution for buggery is rare, the punishment upon conviction can be a fine, imprisonment, or both.
law.enotes.com /wests-law-encyclopedia/buggery   (108 words)

  
 Jamaica Gleaner News - Repeal the buggery law - Tuesday | July 4, 2006
Fundamental to the understanding of why it is that the buggery law is reprehensible is the admission that although in principle it applies to all persons who practise anal intercourse, in reality it is only enacted in cases of men who have sex with men.
The buggery law exists solely to interrogate, arrest and ridicule homosexuals and with this taken into consideration the law must be repealed on that ground.
The buggery law is unconstitutional and must be repealed.
www.jamaica-gleaner.com /gleaner/20060704/letters/letters5.html   (270 words)

  
 The CPS : Buggery and Gross Indecency (SOA 1956)
It is important to note that the consent of the Director is required for proceedings against any male for offences of buggery or gross indecency with another male; or for aiding, abetting, counselling, procuring or commanding those offences where either male was under the age of consent.
Where non-consensual buggery is alleged to have taken place and anal rape is to be charged, this will also apply where the parties are married.
Non-consensual buggery (anal rape) involving unusual violence or repeated attacks should be referred to the CCP for liaison with Casework Directorate, regarding the location of the case; see .
www.cps.gov.uk /legal/section7/chapter_c.html   (1789 words)

  
 Club Buggery - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In most English speaking countries, the word 'buggery' has two quite specific and extremely negative meanings -- one refers to the act of anal intercourse, and the other to the charge in law that proscribes that act.
But this novel range of usages is evidently unique to Australia, and the use of the word 'buggery' in the series title was a source of some amazement to overseas guests such as comedian Mike Myers.
The title was a reference to both a vintage TV series (it was the Sydney title of the famous Melbourne-based variety series In Melbourne Tonight, presented by the late Graham Kennedy), as well as referring ironically to contemporary rumours that the duo were leaving the ABC to go to the Kerry Packer-owned Nine Network.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Club_Buggery   (787 words)

  
 Home Office Circular 019 / 2004
The Sex Offenders Act 1997 included buggery and indecency between men as offences that lead to automatic sex offender registration when the offender is aged 20 or over and the victim under the age of 18 at the time of the offence (Schedule 1).
Buggery was at section 12 and indecency between men (which is sometimes known as gross indecency) was at section 13 of the Sexual Offences Act 1956.
If you are on the sex offender register because of a conviction for buggery or indecency between men, you may be eligible to apply if the victim or other party to the offence was aged 16 or over and consented to the act.
www.knowledgenetwork.gov.uk /HO/circular.nsf/79755433dd36a66980256d4f004d1514/b37064469292eaeb80256e5900413864?OpenDocument   (2875 words)

  
 BUGGERY ANAL OR ORAL INTERCOURSE RELIGIOUS DERIVATION
The Buggery Act was adopted in England in 1533 during the reign of Henry VIII, and was the first legislation against homosexuals in the country.
The Act made buggery (anal sex) with man or beast punishable by hanging, a penalty not finally lifted until 1861.
Some have suggested that zoophilia was specifically included because of the fear of hybrid births.
www.bushywood.com /buggery.htm   (409 words)

  
 Jamaica Gleaner News - Buggery law backward - Munroe - Sunday | July 9, 2006
THE JOINT Select Committee of Parliament considering the proposed Charter of Rights Bill failed to conclude its deliberations last week as the committee was unable to find common ground on certain issues.
One such contentious issue was whether the committee should accept the recommendations of the 2001 Joint Select Committee, which had recommended that the Government should consider repealing the buggery law.
Committee member, Professor Trevor Munroe, had insisted that recommendation should be carried forward by the current committee so that the matter could be debated in Parliament.
www.jamaica-gleaner.com /gleaner/20060709/lead/lead9.html   (417 words)

  
 No. 20/1993: CRIMINAL LAW (SEXUAL OFFENCES) ACT, 1993
Buggery of persons under 17 years of age.
(i) in the case of having sexual intercourse or committing an act of buggery, imprisonment for a term not exceeding 10 years, and
(ii) in the case of an attempt to have sexual intercourse or an attempt to commit an act of buggery, imprisonment for a term not exceeding 3 years in the case of a first conviction, and in the case of a second or any subsequent conviction imprisonment for a term not exceeding 5 years.
acts.oireachtas.ie /zza20y1993.1.html   (1379 words)

  
 Tebbit: buggery to blame for obesity crisis | Headlines | News | Gay.com UK   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Lord Tebbit has continued his one-man tirade against gay men, by claiming the country's current "obesity epidemic" can be blamed on the government's support for "buggery".
The comments came during BBC Radio 4's Today programme this morning, where the former Conservative cabinet minister was invited to talk about the ongoing problems of obesity across the UK.
He said this decline in family life was due to the current government, which he accused of doing "everything it can to promote buggery".
uk.gay.com /headlines/6320   (433 words)

  
 words:  buggery   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
In English law, the term referred to the crimes of anal intercourse between men, or sex between man and beast.
The practice of buggery was made a capital crime under Henry VIII and remained so until 1861 when the sentence was reduced to 10 years to life imprisonment.
The term originated at the turn of the second millennium with a group of heretics who taught that the material world is irremediably evil.
www.gayhistory.com /rev2/words/buggery.htm   (123 words)

  
 Who Is John Derbyshire? Revelations of J. MIchael Bailey's and the National Academy Press' close PR connection with ...
That is buggery; and that, according to me, is the first thing that comes to people's minds when you raise the topic of homosexuality.
Similarly, the fact that many male homosexuals do not commit buggery does not alter the fact that buggery is, none the less, in the minds of most people, the defining act of homosexuality.
Buggery is, in short, a gateway to disease and dysfunction — much more unhealthy than, for example, cigarette smoking.
ai.eecs.umich.edu /people/conway/TS/Derbyshire/Who-is-JD.html   (11429 words)

  
 Amazon.com: buggery   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Images of rape and buggery: Paul Scott's view of the dual evils of empire: An article from: Studies in the Novel by Janis E Haswell (Sep 30, 2001)
Touching touchets: Perkin Warbeck and the Buggery Statute.(character in Renaissance English dramatist John Ford's 1634 play 'The Chronicle History of Perkin...
I went to Eton, where buggery was practically a school sport,...
www.amazon.com /s?ie=UTF8&search-alias=aps&keywords=buggery&page=1   (844 words)

  
 The Walrond Recommendations: Caution Needed
Professor Walrond recommends that “The law against buggery/ sodomy Sexual Offences Act should be amended and be replaced by one that makes buggery an aggravated offence in a sexual assault”.
This is a very upside down and completely unacceptable way to deal with this problem of buggery in our prison because the proposed change would also relate to persons outside the prison.
Then there is the issue of prostitution and, as the report acknowledges, “like buggery suggestions to decriminalise prostitution evoke very adverse societal responses particularly from the religious community”.
www.sodomylaws.org /world/barbados/bbeditorial006.htm   (1500 words)

  
 Vice of Buggery and the FTC - Federal Trade Commission, somet...
Is buggery so pervasive that the FTC has to invent new titles for these guys so they can be moved up in rank to other divisions?
The FTC is full of employees who suffer from the vice of buggery.
By using this Bulletin Board and it's related forums, you agree to indemnify and hold Franchising.org, its staff and consultants harmless from any claims arising as a result of your use of the information or materials you download from or upload to the Bulletin Board.
www.franchising.org /_bbs/000000de.htm   (752 words)

  
 `Rear Admiral' David Miscavage Up Your Ass: Public Buggery Anyone?
The ancient world practice of public buggery to humiliate captives in war.
Public buggery to humiliate a foreigner (Genesis 19:5).
The views and opinions stated within this web page are those of the author or authors which wrote them and may not reflect the views and opinions of the ISP or account user which hosts the web page.
www.skeptictank.org /buggery.htm   (619 words)

  
 Untitled
In 1861 life imprisonment, or a jail time of at least ten years, was substituted for the death penalty.
All these laws were against buggery, and indeed the law of 1828 had discussed matters of proof in terms of penetration.
This law survived in various forms England until 1967, although it was amended in 1861 to substitute life imprisonment for the penalties of death and forfeiture of property.
www.fordham.edu /halsall/pwh/englaw.html   (764 words)

  
 Get Tae Buggery - Uncyclopedia
Get Tae Buggery is the de facto national anthem of the nation of Scotland.
Get Tae Buggery is both a reminder of Scotland's dark past, an oath of allegiance to the island nation, and a celebration of three of the five things that makes Scotland great: buggery, violence and spanking; the other two being alcohol and red-headed women.
The song survives in its original form, exactly as it was written by ancient Druidic Skalds at the dawn of history.
uncyclopedia.org /wiki/Get_Tae_Buggery   (416 words)

  
 buggery: It's like some kind of unofficial meme: "Look what I found on YouTube!"
Farmer's work merely deals with the bald truth of what a real superhuman being would be like, beyond all common understanding physically, mentally, morally, and sexually.
I reiterate: "initiation by blood and buggery." And probably for sanity's sake you should stop watching after the aforementioned bit of dialogue; the voice work is unduly droning, and the visuals are like a finger-painting version of psychedelic.
BTW, if anybody is just beside themselves with the desire to see an actual episode of the 70s-crack!Tarzan, comment to that effect and I will see if I can't work out how to get my copy onto YouTube or something.
buggery.livejournal.com /121826.html   (1096 words)

  
 Lunatic Tebbit blames "buggery" for fatness... (plasticbag.org)
The new caring version of the Conservative party doesn't inspire that much faith in me. I know they're all multicultural this and "ooh happy gay people" that, but all it really takes is someone like Lord Tebbit to pull back the Transylvanian's cape to reveal the genuine sentiments of the Old Guard Tories.
On the Thursday morning edition of the Today programme, Lord Tebbit says the cause of obesity is "buggery" (RAM).
Having said that the cause of obesity is directly the consequence of a decline in family life he continues:
www.plasticbag.org /archives/2004/05/lunatic_tebbit_blames_buggery_for_fatness.shtml   (507 words)

  
 Scylla & Charybdis: Foley Buggery Thuggery II
A journey through the narrow channel between the Scylla of a controlled press and the Charybdis of effete thugs with immunity.
Camile Pagilia, a clear-thinking liberal conservative who was a lone feminist voice in skewering NOW and the feminist lobby for their jawdropping hypocracy over MonicaGate, comments on the junction of MSM thuggery with Foley buggery:
Embedded under deep cover in Hollywood, a Rightie on some stuff, a Leftie on others, averaging out as a "moderate" who is supremely annoying to both fringes...
scyllacharybdis.blogspot.com /2006/10/foley-buggery-thuggery-ii.html   (246 words)

  
 Club Buggery TV Show - Club Buggery Television Show - TV.com
Club Buggery was on at 9:30 on Saturday nights and ran in 1996 and 1997.
From 1998 they had done 90 shows for the ABC up to that point, 28 in 1997.
Tell the world what you think of Club Buggery, write a review for this show.
www.tv.com /club-buggery/show/5757/summary.html   (169 words)

  
 Bugger - Uncyclopedia
The word is generally used in place of a more serious expletive, or when calling at an used farm equipment auction.
The word 'buggery' serves a similar purpose as a mild expletive and can be used to replace the word 'bugger' as a simple expletive or as a simile as in the phrase It hurts like buggery or in apparently meaningless phrases such as Run like buggery.
The past tense is also used as a synonym for 'broken', as in "Damn, this PC's buggered" or "Oh no! I've buggered it up".
uncyclopedia.org /wiki/Bugger   (1058 words)

  
 FIRST THINGS: On the Square
Sullivan’s case, it takes no probing at all, since he is so very, so incessantly, public about it.
In a more cosmopolitan time, before perversions transmogrified into social causes, it was understood that some people did queer ** things in private.
The story is told of Winston Churchill encountering on a social occasion a member of parliament who had been arrested for soliciting in a public loo.
www.firstthings.com /onthesquare/?p=73   (843 words)

  
 JUSTIFYING BUGGERY... THE SUPREME COURT
Congress has concluded other matters of similar moment, in just one day, like our declaration of war on December 7, 1941, a good comparison because we are at war today.
Since the court's ruling in favor of buggery despite the noble efforts of Justice Scalia, I have been waiting for one of my brilliant Americanist colleagues to suggest it; as this commentary goes to press, none has that I know of, so I shall.
It would tell Sandra the Sodomizer and Tony K., and other champions of buggery that henceforth they would sit around staring at each other.
www.etherzone.com /2003/stang070703.shtml   (1592 words)

  
 The Jamaica Star :: Messenger on buggery charge to face court ::
The Jamaica Star :: Messenger on buggery charge to face court ::
BERT WILLIAMS, THE Christian man charged with buggery, is expected to appear in the Home Circuit Court on September 23 for trial.
Williams, a messenger, is charged with the buggery of five boys.
www.jamaica-star.com /thestar/20050916/news/news7.html   (254 words)

  
 Buggery: See what people are saying right now on Technorati
Buggery: See what people are saying right now on Technorati
I've been playing bass for 20 years now with lots of...
Buggery per day for the last 30 days
www.technorati.com /tag/Buggery   (114 words)

  
 Ridiculopathy.com: RIAA Offers Amnesty, Buggery
Technicians have already loaded it with half a million names of people who statistically should have purchased a large number of CDs but illegally obtained purchasing records show that they have not.
The machine is reportedly on, humming, and waiting for the launch passcode: "Let the vicious buggery begin."
In spite of the evidence, many Americans continue to think file swapping is harmless, a fact that deeply concerns Bainwol.
www.ridiculopathy.com /news_detail.php?id=899   (727 words)

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