“As a father, it’s a punch in the gut to imagine children living on the streets, but this year alone, one in 50 American kids will be homeless,” Kerry said. “There are common sense reforms we can implement to help make things better for LGBT youth.”
Viewers should be forewarned that this is not an easy film to watch. It’s difficult to not feel the rage and relive the humiliation. It’s hard to not wince at the vitriol and hatred directed at homosexuals in those dark days.
MAP is designed to be an intermediary for LGBT military personnel and policy-makers. Much like Servicemembers United, MAP will provide crucial information to service members who otherwise would be left in the dark.
Many LGBT people often decline to seek healthcare in times of need out of fear of discrimination and poor treatment by healthcare professionals. Having advance healthcare directives in place could help remedy this situation.