Thursday, November 18, 2010

US Military at Ease over Gay Soldiers

By Michael Winship
November 18, 2010

Although I grew up in a small town, I live in the West Village of Manhattan, New York City, just three blocks from Christopher Street and the Stonewall Inn, where in 1969 a police raid led to angry demonstrations that marked the start of the gay rights movement.

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1 comment:

rosemerry said...

It is a pity that USans are obsessed with sex and people's private lives but do not mind how many they kill or torture. Clinton's affair with Lewinsky counted, not the bombings of Iraq, Yugoslavia, phamaceutical plant in Sudan leading to thousands of deaths. Bush was reelected despite lies, wars, lawbreaking, but he was faithful to his wife, and he prayed;
What twisted values.