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Barrack Buddies and Soldier Lovers

3.67 of 5 stars 3.67  ·  rating details  ·  3 ratings  ·  1 review
Among all the literature published on gays in the military, Steven Zeeland s first book remains one of a kind. Barrack Buddies and Soldier Lovers is a raw, unsanitized personal record of conversations the author had with young soldiers and airmen stationed in Frankfurt, Germany. Zeeland s intimate involvement with these men enabled him to document in honest, visceral terms ...more
Hardcover, 293 pages
Published June 1st 1993 by Routledge
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I suppose that nearly every gay male—myself included—has fantasized at one time or another about a uniform bulging with raw masculine virility. Of course, according to the politicians and military brass, homosexuality is not supposed to exist. Gays in the military? Unheard of! Steven Zeeland’s Barrack Buddies and Soldier Lovers [Routledge, 1993] puts a lie to that proposition by introducing us to sixteen very active gays in the military.

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