October 8, 2009

Lesbians expelled the most under “don’t ask, don’t tell”

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University of California researchers have obtained Pentagon statistics that show a disproportionate number of lesbians expelled from the U.S. military using its “don’t ask, don’t tell policy.”

The Palm Center at the University of California-Santa Barbara found the trend holds true across the board for the military, but the Air Force was the worst offender.

The Air Force Academy even cracked down on a professor who, with permission from her superiors and acceptance from her students, invited alumni to the classroom to discuss the military’s sexual minorities.

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