Don't Ask, Don't Tell: Gay Soldiers Say Military Changes Are Easy

JD is an officer in the Air Force, readying for his first deployment to Afghanistan. Because of the "don't ask, don't tell" policy, he doesn't disclose his sexual identity to his superiors, but most of his close friends -- even the straight ones -- know he is gay. And he is not alone. JD helps direct OutServe, a LGBT group with about 400 service members who bond through a "hidden" social network not accessible to the public. "It's a younger generation and we have gone through high school and...Full Story
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