Sunday, January 11, 2015

I declare

Recruits to the British armed forces will be asked whether they are gay in a move to improve diversity in the military.
Details of the service personnel’s sexual preference will be stored, and recruits will have the option to “prefer not to say”. The measure has been introduced in a bid to foster greater tolerance within the armed forces, which have allowed gay soldiers to openly serve since 2000.
So reports The Guardian.

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