Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) personnel are able to serve in the armed . Israel, Italy and United Kingdom, no special treatment to prevent discrimination was in place in those armies, the issue is not specifically addressed.
in the military, many gay and lesbian veterans are still dissatisfaction with their medical treatment.
Though the U.S. military did not officially exclude LGBT service members from its ranks before the mid-20th century, “homosexual acts” were.
Homosexuality and the military: a review of the literature. It is somewhat paradoxical that gays and lesbians who are treated as second-class citizens by their.