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'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Survey Released, Ripped For Bias And Fanning Fears

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The Pentagon doesn't want to know whether service members are gay, but is curious whether they've ever shared a room or shower with homosexual colleagues, according to portions of a questionnaire sent this week to 400,000 active duty and reserve troops.

A copy of the survey was provided to The Washington Post by the University of California's Palm Center, which studies gays in the military. The group said it obtained the questionnaire from an active duty service member who received it.

Read the whole story at Washington Post

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