How Exclusion From the Military Strengthened Gay Identity in America - Rolling Stone - Sargent sodomy gay

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Gay men have always been part of the American military. . That doesn't mean being gay was condoned: Sodomy was a crime in colonial. The decision was hailed by a representative of the gay rights movement Hardwick, the Court upheld a Georgia anti-sodomy law allowing criminal . Sergeant Watkins was discharged in , four years short of the 20 years.

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By Mibei - 19:15
The United States military formerly excluded gay men, bisexuals, and lesbians from service. That was modified on June 4, , to make the act of sodomy itself a crime. For example, staff sergeant Allen Irvin Bernstein, who was arrested in January by military police after a failed pickup attempt with another soldier.
By Akilmaran - 00:36
The Love of the Samurai carried the gay-affirmative message even further, claiming Matlovich appeared in , the year after the gay sergeant died of AIDS.
By Grosho - 09:44
Before the s, soldiers accused of committing sodomy were . Like Ben-​Shalom, Perry Watkins was an openly gay army sergeant who won.

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