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American Veterans For Equal Rights AVER America's LGBT veterans association serving the needs of active service members and veterans; and advocating the repeal of the Don't Ask Don't Tell policy so that all patriotic Americans may choose to volunteer to serve openly, in Pride, without discrimination, regardless of sexual orientation. Local chapters throughout the US. Hosting meetings, panel discussions, conference calls and forums both for the benefit of participants and in support of the evolutionary growth of acadamy alma matter. Interactive blog and resources.
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Repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”
Report: LGB troops twice as likely to experience sexual assault as non-LGB population
The discriminatory "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" ban on gay and lesbian service members is officially in the dustbin of history. For 17 years, the law prohibited qualified gay and lesbian Americans from serving in the armed forces and sent a message that discrimination was acceptable. A new chapter now begins for the nation's military. Gay and lesbian service members previously discharged under DADT have the opportunity to re-enlist.
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The Policy: Overview
After months of controversy, President Bill Clinton signed "don't ask, don't tell" into law on November 30, Prior to this, the U. Any military members suspected of being gay were often investigated, interrogated, criminally prosecuted and discharged dishonorably, and were thus denied retirement benefits.
Portal homepage About this portal. Military opinion is divided on the question of openly gay service, with a limited number of polls indicating that a plurality or slight majority of service members oppose lifting the current ban. Gauging opinion is further complicated by institutional pressure to support, rather than undercut, current policy, as explained in this research memo. In , over retired officers signed a document stating their opposition to lifting the ban, reflecting longstanding hostility to homosexuality among older military members and retirees.
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