Huffington Post: DADT Repeal Leads To Few Changes For Soldiers, Says New Study
By Max Rosenthal
After the repeal of the Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy in September 2011, advocates on both sides of the debate predicted far-reaching changes in the lives of service members. But according to a new poll conducted by the Military Times, the landmark policy change has resulted in far less upheaval than expected.
The poll, released on Monday, surveyed 25 gay, lesbian and bisexual service members. Despite their newfound freedom to serve openly, however, almost none have chosen to officially come out to fellow soldiers.
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