In 2001, the US Army published Dignity & Respect: A Training Guide on Homosexual Conduct Policy. The comic book would instruct soldiers in “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”:
Our mission is to comply with the law that prohibits homosexual conduct while at the same time respecting the privacy and dignity of every soldier.
You’re not being spied on and having people snitch on you for being a homosexual; you’re being treated with dignity. Now read on…
Via: Comics With Problems
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