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Anal or oral intercourse between human beings, or any sexual relations between a #humanbeing and an animal, the act of which may be punishable as a criminal offense.
The word #sodomy acquired different meanings over time. Under the Common Law, sodomy consisted of anal intercourse. Traditionally courts and statutes referred to it as a "crime against nature" or as #copulation "against the #orderofnature." In the United States, the term eventually encompassed #oralsex as well as #analsex. The crime of sodomy was classified as a #felony.
Because #homosexualactivity involves anal and oral sex, gay men were the primary target of #sodomylaws. Culturally and historically, homosexual activity was seen as #unnatural or perverse. The term sodomy refers to the homosexual activities of men in the story of the city of Sodom in the Bible. The destruction of #SodomandGomorrah because of their residents' immorality became a central part of Western attitudes toward forms of #nonprocreative sexual activity and same-sex relations.
Beginning with Illinois in 1961, state legislatures reexamined their #sodomystatutes. Twenty-seven states repealed these laws, usually as a part of a general revision of the criminal code and with the recognition that heterosexuals engage in oral and anal sex. In addition, state courts in 10 states applied state constitutional provisions to invalidate sodomy laws. As of early 2003, eight states had laws that barred heterosexual and homosexual sodomy. Three other states barred sodomy between homosexuals.
In Bowers v. Hardwick, 478 U.S. 186, 106 S. Ct. 2841, 92 L. Ed. 2d 140 (1986), the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the Georgia sodomy statute. Michael Hardwick was arrested and charged with sodomy for engaging in oral sex with a consenting male adult in his home. A police officer was let into Hardwick's home to serve a warrant and saw the sexual act. Although the state prosecutor declined to prosecute the case, Hardwick brought suit in federal court asking that the statute be declared unconstitutional.