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OutServe network for LGBT active-duty military personnel launches new print magazine

From OutServe, "the underground network of LGBT actively serving military personnel":

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We have another exciting announcement - OutServe is thrilled to present its second issue of the OutServe Magazine – in print!

Today, we released OutServe Magazine June 2011 on our website – and in print, for the first time! This issue, labeled “The Identity Issue,” discusses how servicemembers have coped with living under DADT, the impact it has had on our friends, our relationships, and our families, and ultimately, how it has shaped the military professionals we are today.

You’ll read the heart-wrenching story of a Marine company commander who found himself faced with the ultimate decision, another story about a Naval Academy graduate who came into his own during his training at the Academy, and a review of the tear-jerker book, It Gets Better.  This issue also includes the latest - and largest - LGBT servicemember survey released to-date, as well as the current status of the certification of DADT repeal.

There are several more insightful articles written by our network members, and we invite you to head over to www.outserve.org/magazine to check out the issue! The magazine is available for viewing directly from our website, and you can download it to your iPhone/iPad or other mobile device, as well as order a personal copy of the print version that will begin to appear at various military installations around the world.


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