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'Don't ask, don't care:' Where gays do serve - openly - in the military

Gays & lesbians are allowed to serve in most Western countries

In many corners of the world, the policy on gays in the military could be labeled this way: "Don't Ask, Don't Care." In the military establishments of more than 30 countries, including U.S. allies such as Israel, Canada and the United Kingdom, gays and lesbians are allowed to openly serve in their country's military.

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Feb 4, 2010, 4:00 pm
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Copping this for my FB page!

Feb 5, 2010, 7:25 am
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Other countries experience isn’t going to help us here in the US. The Republican party is totally under the thumb of the religious right which is why we are so backwards.
Did you know those other countries have had universal healthcare for years ? Gays have been free to marry for years ? They even have gay elected officials and evolution isn’t “controversial”.

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