Pentagon OKs Gay Military Magazine at Bases

OutServe will show up day DADT is repealed
By John Johnson,  Newser Staff
Posted Aug 31, 2011 7:14 PM CDT
Pentagon OKs Gay Military Magazine at Bases
File photo of a cover of OutServe.   (AP Photo/OutServe)

(Newser) – The Pentagon will formally repeal Don't Ask, Don't Tell on Sept. 20, and gay service members will be able to quickly read all about it. Defense officials have agreed to allow OutServe magazine, a new publication whose target audience is gay members of the military, to go on sale at bases that very day, reports the Washington Post. The Sept. 20 issue will devote itself to the repeal and tell the stories of gay troops, notes LGBTQ Nation. (Read more Don't Ask, Don't Tell stories.)

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