Quantcast
Advertisement

Gay, lesbian servicemembers adjust to life after DADT

Attendees at last weekend’s Armed Forces Leadership Summit – the first military gay rights conference since the end of the controversial “don’t ask, don’t tell” law – said they’ve seen few changes in their co-workers attitude’s and workplace morale since the law was repealed. But, on a personal level, the change has been dramatic.

Several attendees sat down with Stars and Stripes to talk about how the ability to serve openly as gay servicemembers has affected their personal and professional lives.
 
 

Join the conversation and share your voice.

Show Comments

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement