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That Girl From 'The Hunger Games' Is Asked A Poignant Question, And I Love Her Answer

She's actually a woman, but she played a girl in "The Hunger Games", but whatever you want to call her, she's absolutely fantastic. It's such a credit to this Oscar-winning movie star that she hasn't been swept up by Hollywood and still remains really down to earth. Rock on, Jennifer Lawrence.

That Girl From 'The Hunger Games' Is Asked A Poignant Question, And I Love Her Answer

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Joe Biden reversed Donald Trump's ban on transgender people serving in the military earlier this year, allowing the entire LGBTQ community to serve for the first time.

Anti-gay sentiment in the U.S. military goes as far back as 1778 when Lieutenant Frederick Gotthold Enslin was convicted at court-martial on charges of sodomy and perjury. The military would go on to make sodomy a crime in 1920 and worthy of dishonorable discharge.

In 1949 the Department of Defense standardized its anti-LGBT regulations across the military, declaring: "Homosexual personnel, irrespective of sex, should not be permitted to serve in any branch of the Armed Forces in any capacity, and prompt separation of known homosexuals from the Armed Forces is mandatory."

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