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Less than a year after the repeal of "Don't Ask Don't Tell," the Pentagon holds an LGBT pride month. Advocacy groups say the transition from institutionalized homophobia to equal treatment is going well, but a bureaucracy of regulations still place gay service members and their partners at a disadvantage.
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