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The reasons to enforce this ban included the potential negative impact on unit cohesion and privacy concerns. In New Zealand it has been legal for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender persons to serve in the military since New Zealand's Human Rights Act ended most forms of employment discrimination against lesbians, gay men and bisexuals. The decision to prepare a report follows a recent announcement by the Minister for Defence, Mr. There would also be no harassment of gay officers and no questioning of members about their sexuality. Until recently, many countries banned gays and lesbians from serving openly in the armed forces. In countries around the world, they already do". Retrieved 25 November

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In this security-conscious country where the military is considered to be essential to the continued existence of the nation, the decision to include sexual minorities has not harmed IDF effectiveness.

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'Don't ask, don't tell': military members 'out and proud' five years after repeal

However, this news was not widely covered by media. Options and Assessment" PDF. Sexual behavior, sexual attraction, and sexual identity in the United States: In the s, this group became the Homosexuality and Armed Forces Foundation, a trade union that continues to represent gay and lesbian personnel to the Ministry of Defense. Defence Minister Azeredo Lopes considered any discrimination "absolutely unacceptable".

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Patten E, Parker K. Few days later, a sailor in Chile became the first serving member of the Chilean armed forces to announce he is gay. In Maythe head of the Serbian military Vojska Srbije announced that the Serbian Army would accept homosexuals to join. In a line of work that regularly demands that personnel be in close living quarters, allowing openly homosexual servicemen is argued to flout a fundamental tenet of military service: In a speech to the conference inthe first of its kind by any Army chief, General Sir Richards said that respect for gays, lesbian, bisexual and transsexual officers and soldiers was now "a command responsibility" and was vital for "operational effectiveness".

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