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In the days before ‘the ban’ was lifted (12 January 2000), I was part of a team who taught on a military nurses’ course in London. ‘The ban’ referred to such times when lesbian and gay people could serve Queen and Country, even die for Queen and Country, yet not love or have sex openly and equally to their heterosexual Comrades-At-Arms.
On the 19th anniversary of the lifting of “the ban” … via Out In Force