A person's sexuality is an essential part of who they are. Explaining their decision, Mr Deary said: Daily news briefing direct to your inbox Sign up for our newsletter. It is normal to question your sexuality, and part of growing up is discovering and learning about yourself. Being a gay person is not a way of life, it is a part of life. Jurors acquitted him on the charge of killing Mr Wallace but convicted him on a charge of assault to severe injury.
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The couple will arrive in a pink limousine to be met by 70 guests including family and friends and well over twice that number will attend the evening reception. There will also be a lighthearted side to the event, with a 'giving away man' and a 'maid of dishonour' present and many of the guests are expected to wear outrageous dress in keeping with the theme, 'Friends Of Dorothy'. A gruesome discovery A new investigation is about to begin. The court also heard Mr Wallace had significant health issues which could have resulted in him collapsing and death. They will exchange rings made of Scottish gold and, after the ceremony, they will be entitled to be known as 'civil partners'.
Analytical cookies allow us to recognise and count the number of visitors to our website, and to see how visitors move around the site when they are using it. Coming out is when someone tells someone else their sexual orientation or gender identity. It includes a variety of gender identities and expressions, some of which are explained below. It is normal to question your sexuality, and part of growing up is discovering and learning about yourself. What do gay people look like? For some parents and carers it can come as a huge surprise to hear your child say they might be gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender, for others it may not be a surprise but you still may be unsure how to talk about it. Everyone is different and there is no right or wrong age to realise you are gay or lesbian.