You Can’t Talk About Chelsea Manning Without Talking About Julian Assange
Kevin Knodell

Are you rewriting history now? When you refer to Manning as “her” in the story about “his” time in the Army you are wrong. Manning enlisted as a Male and everyone who describes their interactions were with him. Don’t change the facts of the story in an attempt to give Manning the gender preference. When talk about Manning present day it would seem appropriate to say “her” not when your talking in historical context.

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