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Famous Trials: Oscar Wilde
Which was cited as evidence against Oscar Wilde in his two trials for indecent acts?
Choose the correct answer:it was claimed Wilde was no longer able to maintain an erection with his wife Wilde's fingers were seen playfully wandering over young men's buttocks at the Ashmolean Museum a housemaid had seen stains of an indecent nature on Wilde's sheets after a young man spent the night Wilde had hung portraits of famous sodomites in his drawing room
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