Friday, June 06, 2014

Today on The Signorile Show!

3:35pm ET - Noah Michelson, Executive Editor with Huffington Posts Gay Voices, returns to the show as he does every Friday to help us close out the week in LGBT stories making headlines over at Gay Voices.  You can also follow Noah on twitter.

4:35pm ET - In 2003, after serving five and a half years in a North Dakota National Guard unit, Bronson Lemer was ready to leave the military behind. But six months short of completing his commitment to the army, Bronson was deployed on a yearlong tour of duty to Iraq. Leaving college life behind in the Midwest, he yearned for a lost love and quietly dreamed of a future as an openly gay man outside the military. Bronson joins us today to talk about his new memoir The Last Deployment, a moving, provocative chronicle of one soldier’s struggle to reconcile military brotherhood with self-acceptance.   He describes the poignant reality faced by gay servicemen and servicewomen, who must mask their identities while serving a country that rejects them.  You can also follow Bronson on twitter.

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