Soldier of Change: From the Closet to the Forefront of the Gay Rights Movement

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SOLDIER OF
CHANGE
From the Closet to the Forefront
of the Gay Rights Movement

STEPHEN SNYDER-HILL

Foreword by GEORGE TAKEI

Potomac Books
                 An imprint of the University of Nebraska Press

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Preface xvii
  • Acknowledgments xix
  • 1 - A Leap of Faith 1
  • 2 - Don’t Say Gay 9
  • 3 - Boot Camp and Bible Study 17
  • 4 - Lost and Found in Iraq 22
  • 5 - Pink Triangles 32
  • 6 - Just Be You 47
  • 7 - Back in the Saddle, Back in the Closet 55
  • 8 - This Looks like a Gay Dude’s House 65
  • 9 - Jessica Josh 71
  • 10 - Cemetery Ceremony and Insensitive Sensitivity 83
  • 11 - The Debate 95
  • 12 - The Fallout 106
  • 13 - The Lawsuit 117
  • 14 - Prepping for the Public Eye 124
  • 15 - Did Rosa Parks Have a Roommate? 136
  • 16 - The Right to Hyphenate 146
  • 17 - Presidential Momentum 155
  • 18 - One Year of Freedom 167
  • 19 - All aboard the C-Bus of Love 173
  • 20 - Chariots and Superheroes 180
  • 21 - Activism vs. Politics 185
  • 22 - Trust the Power of Your Voice 192
  • Epilogue 197
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