Queen Elizabeth II ruled through decades of change on gay rights, but her LGBTQ legacy is complicated.

In 1952, when Queen Elizabeth II took the throne after the death of her father, same-sex sexual relations were criminalized in Britain.

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In 1952, when Queen Elizabeth II took the throne after the death of her father, same-sex sexual relations were criminalized in Britain.
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