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Where Gay Soldiers Serve Openly

The Advocate provides the above map of the 26 nations which now allow gay service members to serve openly. One caveat: "The Palm Center notes that some of the countries listed are 'questionable cases' — Czech Republic, Estonia, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Slovenia, Switzerland and Germany. In Italy, for example, a gay soldier could still be discharged if their sexual orientation becomes a disruption to their unit."

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