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Queer issues

In this chapter I give some information on 'queer' themes - published and unpublished articles, suggestion for other publications, etc...

I'm glad to receive feedback or suggestions, although I might not be able to include them all.

A queer antimilitarist perspective on the repeal of 'Don't Ask Don't Tell' in the US

In December 2010, the US House of Representatives and the Senate both voted to repeal the policy of "Don't Ask Don't Tell" (DADT), introduced by then President Bill Clinton in 1993 in relation to gay and lesbian service personnell. US President Obama signed the act on 22 December 2010. Although the bill will not come into force immediately, it is already being praised as a major victory for gays and lesbians in the USA. It is presently not known if ongoing or future discharges of openly gay or bisexual service members will cease now, after Obama signed the bill, after the 60-day period following the reception of a comprehensive review, or at some later point. It is expected that the law will be fully implemented within the military structure by the end of 2011.

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by Dr. Radut