The Military Education Initiative seeks to engage
America’s 27 plus million military veterans,
and the Veterans Service Organizations and Military
Associations that represent them in a constructive
dialogue on and to enhance understanding of the gays-in-the-military
We are interested in working with US mil. vets who
are interested in discussing the ban against gays,
lesbians and other sexual minorities in the military.
If you would like to become involved in any of the
following, we invite you to fill
out our confidential email form and we will contact
you as soon as possible:
- Speaking in front of groups (other Vets, military,
- Write letters to the editor, opinion pieces to
military and veterans papers/journals, newspapers
and magazines and online websites;
- Allowing your name and military rank to be used
in public education advertisements;
- Gathering names and contact info of other Vets
who may be supportive so that MEI can contact them
- Allowing your name and military rank to be posted
on this website as an indicatation of your support
for lifting the ban.
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about your own efforts to educate and advocate about
the issue of sexual minorities in the military.
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A SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY FOR ALL VETERANS WHO HAVE SERVED
OR ARE STILL SERVING IN IRAQ AND AFGHANISTAN
CSSMM has also launched a historic new study on the
experiences of US gay and lesbian troops serving in
the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Dr. Nathaniel Frank,
Senior Research Fellow at CSSMM, is one of the nation’s
leading researchers on “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.”
Dr. Frank is seeking US troops, gay and straight, who
served – or who are still serving – in Iraq and Afghanistan
to participate in a study of their experiences during
the War in light of the military’s gay ban. Anonymity
is guaranteed. Dr. Frank is also seeking anonymous interviews
for his book on gays in the military and would like
to interview current and former troops who have served
in the US military since 1994. Dr. Frank can be reached