How will The U. S. Military Handle Bradley Manning's Request to Be 'Chelsea'
WASHINGTON -- Former soldier Bradley Manning, now known as Chelsea's request to be able live as a woman raises questions about transgender issues in the military. The U.S. soldier is sentenced to 35 years in prison. Will he be able to receive hormone therapy treatments behind bars?
PBS anchor Ray Suarez speaks with Allyson Robinson, a private U.S. military consultant and LGBTQ advocate.