Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell and other more liberal policies are recent introductions to the American military, but that doesn’t mean that there weren’t LGBT troops serving in previous days.
This story is about a little-known unit that served a valuable function during World War II. Rather than discipline or court-martial them, an Army Captain realized how a female impersonator show could lift the morale of battle-weary front line soldiers. After convincing the brass that his crazy idea had merit, Captain Bancroft put together a company composed of the most feminine “fairies” he could find.. The “girls” delighted in entertaining the Allied troops on stage and, occasionally; under the sheets, raising morale—and other things—as they went.
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