Trans soldier becomes first woman on frontline of British Army

She will be the first UK woman allowed to engage the enemy in hand-to-hand combat. Britain’s first woman soldier to serve on the frontline is transgender. Chloe Allen, who joined the service in 2012, serves as a member of 1st Battalion, the Scots Guards. She said she is proud ‘to be able to make history’.

‘Some things you should not need to camouflage’ The Swedish Armed Forces have launched a new Pride campaign, calling on all service members to be free to serve openly. With new posters being put up across the country, it shows a woman in uniform against a camouflage background. But there is one thing that stands

Military officers are less tolerant for homosexual individuals

The survey, carried out by the Ministry of National Defense of the Republic of Lithuania in order to examine the current attitudes in the Lithuanian army, indicates that military officers are far less tolerant for gay men, people with mental disabilities, refugees and Jews than the rest of the civil society. According to Jūratė Novagrockienė,