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Gay Soldier Answers Questions, Reveals 'DADT' Repeal Day Plans: VIDEO

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For the past few weeks, we've been following the clips of a faceless YouTube soldier's coming out story. In a new clip, the servicemember answers some questions asked of him on Twitter, offering some insight into other aspects of his personality aside from his dealings with 'DADT' repeal and coming out (you can see his previous updates in the links below).

In addition to answering all kinds of random questions, he says that he's been moved back to Germany and reveals what he's going to do on September 20 when "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" is finally history. He also tells followers if and when he'll show his face.

Watch, AFTER THE JUMP...

Previously...
Gay Soldier Outed by Viral YouTube Clip [tr]
A Gay Soldier's Coming Out Story [tr]

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  1. PS: This is what all of us in the older generation have been fighting for all of these years, so that a nice young man like this can take his rightful place in the world. All the donations, the marches, the protests, the strife have been worthwhile if we can make a better life for ourselves and leave the world in a better place for young people just like him.

    Posted by: Bill Michael | Sep 7, 2011 1:28:32 PM


  2. I'm not hating him for his looks, but if this guy was some skinny unattractive guy with the same message, he wouldn't get HALF the attention he's getting. Hot bod or not, if he's really not interested in music, movies, books or any cultural stuff but is the stereotypical macho-outdoorsy type, I'll pass thank you very much.

    @WTF: I get what you're saying, but we're not really talking about wanting to marry him.

    Posted by: Bryan | Sep 7, 2011 4:51:05 PM


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