Dominican Republic reiterates ban on gay cops and soldiers

The Dominican Republic’s national chief of police and defense minister have reiterated this week that the country will not allow gays and lesbians to serve in its police force or armed forces

Dominican Republic reiterates ban on gay cops and soldiers
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