For the last two years, Jeff Sheng has been taking pictures of gay US servicemen and women, making sure their faces were always hidden.
The reason: according to the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy currently in force in the US army, they risk being discharged if they come out openly about their sexuality. Anna McNamee talks to Jeff Sheng about the men and women he met, and asks him what he was hoping to achieve by taking pictures of them.
First broadcast September 28th 2010
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