New publication launched for gays in the US military

March 29th, 2011 - 10:26 pm ICT by Aishwarya Bhatt  

Washington DC, Mar 29 (THAINDIAN NEWS) A new online magazine would concentrate on the lives of gay soldiers in the US army. The online magazine was launched by OutServe.

OutServe is a group gay and lesbian military personnel who until the repeal of the “don’t ask, don’t tell” rule in the US army were operating underground. Now with the lifting of the law, OutServe feel empowered to come out of the shadows.

One such person who served under the military while being gay was Army captain Sue Fulton. Fulton explained her decision to quit the army. She said that, “I left the military on my own because I was sick of lying. There are four of us are who are non-active military, but the organization is of active duty military interest.”

OutServe has announced that the printed version of the magazine would be distributed for free. The organization is currently contemplating which bases they would have to use for the publication. The distribution would be done on newsstands at the various military bases in and out of the United States.

The magazine would provide more insight and information for gay people serving in the US army.

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