Outrage aux bonnes mœurs  

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Inversions, the first French gay journal is published between 1924 and 1926, it stopped publication after the French government charged the publishers with "Outrage aux bonnes mœurs".  Its full title was Inversions ... in art, literature, philosophy and science. Sexual inversion was a term used by sexologists in the late 19th and early 20th century, to refer to homosexuality.
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Inversions, the first French gay journal is published between 1924 and 1926, it stopped publication after the French government charged the publishers with "Outrage aux bonnes mœurs". Its full title was Inversions ... in art, literature, philosophy and science. Sexual inversion was a term used by sexologists in the late 19th and early 20th century, to refer to homosexuality.

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Outrage aux bonnes mœurs (Eng: "an insult to public decency") is a French expression. In the history of French censorship, one year after the promulgation of the law on freedom of the press during the French Third Republic, a first restriction is brought on by the law of 1819 on the offense of "outrage aux bonnes mœurs" by way of the press, posters or any other writing.

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