2 edition of Gays in the military found in the catalog.
Gays in the military
Debra A. Miller
Includes bibliographical references (p. 154-159) and index.
|Statement||Debra A. Miller, book editor|
|LC Classifications||UB418.G38 G3726 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||167 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||167|
|ISBN 10||9780737756180, 9780737756197|
|LC Control Number||2011029030|
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This is a first class autobiographical account of a young gay soldier's service for his country and his determination to be treated equally to straight colleagues. James Wharton's story is written vividly and openly and will appeal particularly to all ex-service guys gay or straight who will understand and emphasise with similar situations/5(29).
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I recall the author Harold Robbins who served on a submarine writing that on patrols they would "help" each other out. Obviously the majority went back to a completely hetero lifestyle after the war. But many did not and once they were de-mobbed o. - Complete Ban of Gays in the Military It wasn't until that the Department of Defense officially put in writing that “homosexuality was incompatible with military service,” when they published a DOD directive stating : Rod Powers.
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As a gay man serving in the Air Force, I’ve suffered discrimination, depression, and : JD Smith. The second part of the book includes personal essays from both gay and straight members of the military who served under DADT, emphasizing their personal experience of living under this policy.
In them, the authors either provided details or “assurances that they were willing to testify under oath regarding their experiences.”.
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During WWII, Bradley was on military training and seemingly in love with Gordon, Hignett says. At the time, however, homosexuality was outlawed in the military, and soldiers could be shot for.Randy Shilts (August 8, – Febru ) was an American journalist and author.
After studying journalism at the University of Oregon, he began working as a reporter for both The Advocate and the San Francisco Chronicle, as well as for San Francisco Bay Area television stations. In the early s, he was noted for being the first openly-gay reporter for the San Alma mater: University of Oregon.