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Man convicted under anti-gay sex laws will not register as a sex offender

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Last month we reported on the story of Menges. In 1994, police arrested him for sex crimes after having gay sex with two 16-year-olds.

While the age of his partners–who did consent–apparently was not an issue, the fact that they were both males was. A court convicted Menges of Idaho’s Crime Against Nature statute, which banned anal and oral sex between consenting adults.

Menges would go on to serve seven years in prison for the offense. The homophobic law also forced him to register as a sex offender.Menges faced further complications when he tried moving to Montana, which requires sex offenders convicted in other states to register in the Montana state sex offender database.

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