And Then I Danced. You've successfully reported this review. Open Preview See a Problem? As Shilts chronicles--largely through the words of those affected--this insidious practice began a very, very long time before the advent of DADT. Susan Faludi. Aug 18, Christopher Sutch rated it it was amazing.
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