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Military: "Warrior Princess" / Beck Interview (Part I) #1045363

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jun 06, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The story of Christopher/Kristin Beck, who became an elite Navy SEAL serving for 20 years, then deciding to live his/her life as a woman after he retired in 2011 presented.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The CNN exclusive interview with "WArrior Princess" author Kristin Beck presented. [BECK - explains how she would go to Victoria's Secret to buy cool stuff to make yourself feel good; states no one ever knew the real me while in the SEALs and why he/she wanted to be a SEAL in the 1980s: hypermasculinity; recalls being a SEAL was "amazing" while fighting in several conflicts.]

Cooper, Anderson

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