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But more recently, the high-profile 2010 hearings on Don't Ask, Don't Tell in the United States propelled the issue to the center of international attention.They also shed light both on the routine discrimination, violence, and hardship faced by LGBT-identified soldiers, as well as arguments for and against a ban on their service.This included setting up fake profiles on dating apps to track down soldiers and expose them.The process is thought to have identified 50 soldiers, 20 of whom now face charges under the country’s military anti-homosexuality laws.US Army soldier Andres Camilo stole the show at his recent army prom at West Point Military Academy after bringing along his vlogger and model boyfriend, Max Emerson, as his date.
A hailstorm of comments on their pictures are filled with love, acceptance and kind words for the couple.“Adorable” and “cute” were just some of the adjectives thrown around to describe 'em, with other strangers saying, “We got your back,” defending the couple against any lame internet trolls resistant of the changing times for the LGBT community.
Multiple soldiers have reported being outed and punished as part of the hunt, according to the group.
“Gen Jang is obviously incapable of leading the army,” MHRCK said in a statement.
An army boss stands accused of ordering a mass probe to out gay soldiers.
According to campaign group the Military Human Rights Center for Korea (MHRCK), General Jang Jun-kyu, army chief of staff in South Korea, launched a “track-down process” to find and out suspected gay personell.
My mother, on the other hand, wanted nothing more than a frame-able photo of me, standing tall with Sarah in full fledged prom pose. Sean Abrams is a sex & dating writer for Elite Daily.