Eliot Prize. History will view him as an hero. Jane Wong wrote a personal essay on offerings Kudos to the gay soldier the dead in the Common Magazine. Mae Barizo was interviewed by Poets House. They went all out with it too: The guys investigating the suspected homosexual actually had sex with them to prove it.
Karissa Chen published her mini-collection of essays with Awst Press. Fourteen other soldiers were investigated but not indicted — some of whom, including Mr. Physically unimposing — standing barely five feet tall and pounds, this young gay soldier was joined in the hearing room by a handful of committed supporters, but shamefully, no one from any LGBT advocacy organization.
San Francisco is the most popular cultural hub [where this occurred], but this also happened in other port cities like New York and Los Angeles: It all comes down to people being discharged and publicly outed. Several of the cases are being appealed, and none of the soldiers have been sent to prison, according to Lim Tae-hoon, director of the Military Human Rights Center of Korea, which provides legal assistance for the soldiers.