Gaylussac is one of the most notorious and widely used laws of demand.
According to the International Gay Rights Network (IGRN), the law states that “all people shall have the right to engage in sexual activity and to enjoy it without fear of being punished”.
The law is so widely used that it is sometimes referred to as the “Law of Supply and Demand” by gay rights activists, and its supporters often claim it is the most effective law in preventing gay people from being arrested for sex outside of marriage.
The law was passed in 1990 to protect gay people against violence and discrimination.
It allows for gay men to be charged with statutory rape, for example, and for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people to be jailed for up to 10 years.
There are currently no gay men or lesbians on death row in France, but the law has sparked protests from some gay rights groups.
But it’s not all bad news for gay people.
In July, a court in Lyon ruled that two gay men who were on death penalty for homosexual sex in 1996 were legally allowed to appeal their convictions.
A group of gay rights lawyers is appealing against the ruling, arguing that the judges failed to take into account the fact that the men were on suicide watch and that their deaths were in fact suicides.
“The sentence is not unjustified and the fact is that the two men were in danger of committing suicide,” said attorney Jean-Pierre Roux.
“We are appealing the court’s decision because they were on the verge of death and we must respect their rights.”
The case has triggered protests from many gay rights organisations.
“It is deeply concerning to see that gay men are facing such a harsh sentence,” said gay rights activist Philippe D’Agostino, in a statement.
What the French government is doing is to make sure that those on death list are not in danger.” “
There are many, many gay men still on death lists.
What the French government is doing is to make sure that those on death list are not in danger.”
Gay rights groups also worry that France’s anti-gay laws could become an avenue for homophobic attacks, particularly if the government introduces new anti-discrimination laws.
And it seems that there may be a limit to how far the law will go.
In August, gay rights group the Gay Activists Network (GAN) filed a lawsuit against France’s Constitutional Court for not allowing gay couples to marry under its anti-homophobia laws.