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the united states military formerly excluded gay men, bisexuals, and lesbians from service. In 1993, the united states congress passed and president bill clinton signed a law instituting the policy commonly referred to as dont ask, dont tell (dadt) which allowed gay, lesbian, and bisexual people to serve as long as they did not reveal their sexual orientation. It wasnt until 1982 that the department of defense officially put in writing that homosexuality was incompatible with military service, when they published a dod directive stating such. According to a 1992 report by the government accounting office, nearly 17,000 men and women were discharged. The israeli military, which adopted its openly gay policy in the early 1990s, is a place where men and women often meet their future spouses and where dating is a common occurrence. Cameron p, cameron k, & proctor k (1988) homosexuals in the armed forces. Psychological reports, 62211-219 humphrey ma (1990) my country, my right to serve experiences of gay men and women in the military, world war ii to the present. Ny harper-collins gays in the military redux (2005) family research report, 20(4)1-6 dept. In 2016, by generation major purchases of gay and lesbian americans in the u. In 2016 boycott of anti-lgbt supportive companies by gay and. lgbti rights have made significant progress over the past few years but only in some parts of the world. In many places, lgbti people still face widespread stigmatization and persecution, and in a surprising number of countries the penalty for same-sex relationships is prison or even death. Us military parades that dont celebrate events like the fourth of july or a victory in a war are rare though presidents harry truman and john f. in iraq and afghanistan, americans in battalions of combined international forces have fought under command of openly gay officers from canada or the.