The NYT got a sneak peek of a study entitled "Gays in Foreign Militaries 2010: A Global Primer," to be released tomorrow:

The report concludes that in foreign militaries, openly gay service members did not undermine morale, cause large resignations or mass “comings out.” The report found that “there were no instances of increased harassment” as a result of lifting bans in any of the countries studied.

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