EDITORIAL: Gay Warriors: Aspects of a Lost Tradition. In their eagerness to promote equality in the military, have proponents of gay military men lost sight of past lessons?
"Give me a whole squadron of such sinners – so that they be young – and I'll not complain."
FICTION: Death and the Veteran. By Ruthless. As Christmas approaches, a veteran looks back on a lost past and awaits the inevitable arrival of a skeleton.
We woke early, stayed in bed, bodies locked rocking and fused by the moistness of sweat. . . . Death come dance with me. Let your hand link my hand with Noel's hand.
PHOTOGRAPHY: Views. Text and photos by Kobi Israel. A former Isreali soldier offers photographs that are shot in military settings where soldiers dare not "cross the dangerous line" between homosocial and homoerotic.
You change overnight from a child to a man – a man that has the right (and the duty sometimes) to love and hate, live and die, make love and kill . . .
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