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The Resource Soldier of change : from the closet to the forefront of the gay rights movement, Stephen Snyder-Hill ; foreword by George Takei

Soldier of change : from the closet to the forefront of the gay rights movement, Stephen Snyder-Hill ; foreword by George Takei

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Soldier of change : from the closet to the forefront of the gay rights movement
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Soldier of change
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from the closet to the forefront of the gay rights movement
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Stephen Snyder-Hill ; foreword by George Takei
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From the closet to the forefront of the gay rights movement
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eng
Summary
When ""Don''t Ask, Don''t Tell, "" the official U.S. policy on gays serving in the military, was repealed in September 2011, soldier Stephen Snyder-Hill (then Captain Hill) was serving in Iraq. Having endured years of this policy, which passively encouraged a culture of fear and secrecy for gay soldiers, Snyder-Hill submitted a video to a Republican primary debate (held two days after the repeal). In the video he asked for the Republicans'' thoughts regarding the repeal and their plans, if any, to extend spousal benefits to legally married gay and lesbian soldiers. His video was booed by the au
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autobiography
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Soldier of change : from the closet to the forefront of the gay rights movement, Stephen Snyder-Hill ; foreword by George Takei
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Soldier of change : from the closet to the forefront of the gay rights movement, Stephen Snyder-Hill ; foreword by George Takei
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt1d9nk9x
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Contents
A leap of faith -- Don't say gay -- Boot camp and Bible study -- Lost and found in Iraq -- Pink triangles -- Just be you -- Back in the saddle, back in the closet -- This looks like a gay dude's house -- Jessica Josh -- Cemetery ceremony and insensitive sensitivity -- The debate -- The fallout -- The lawsuit -- Prepping for the public eye -- Did Rosa Parks have a roommate? -- The right to hyphenate -- Presidential momentum -- One year of freedom -- All aboard the C-Bus of love -- Chariots and superheroes -- Activism vs. politics -- Trust the power of your voice
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