When I was first at Eton, in the summer of 1967, it was still pretty authoritarian between senior boys and juniors, but that dissolved rapidly - certainly by the end of 1968.
Having said that, I can think of at least three cases in which actual homosexual acts were performed.
Like Bull, the additional charges filed against Jim were dismissed as part of the plea agreement.
You just liked to have a pretty fag - I suppose it was a substitute for girls.
There was a lot of homosexuality at certain periods in English public schools, but I've never heard of rape.
Imagine it: 650 adolescents with nothing on their mind but sex who had to try to sublimate it all into playing rugger.
If you're pretty - which I think John Peel probably was - either you become the school tart or you hate it and are very indignant about it.