The Ban on Open Transgender Military Service Might End in 6 Months

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By Alex Temblador Yesterday, the Pentagon had some amazing news for the world: they will stop barring transgender servicemen and women from serving openly in the military. With the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell in 2010, it did not repeal the ban on transgender persons serving openly. However, now it looks like 15,000 transgender […]

Serving In The Military Under Don’t Ask Don’t Tell

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By Mel and Mandi Can anyone see us holding hands in the car? There is a military sticker on the window. Is there anyone we work with in the movie theater with us? I want to give you a kiss. Has anyone followed me to your house? I want to stay with you. Serving in […]

Pentagon Will Allow Uniformed Service Members to March in San Diego Gay Pride Parade

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  CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. – The Defense Department announced -for the first time in U.S. history -that it is allowing service members to march in uniform in a gay pride parade.  Even though their policy is to not allow troops to march in uniform in parades they will be making an exception for the San Diego […]

BREAKING: 65-31, U.S. Joins 38 Other Nations In Repealing Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell


Courtesy of Networked blogs by David Bagdash The United States Senate at 3:30 PM ET today voted to repeal “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” 65-31, following a successful cloture vote of 63-33. The bill now makes its way to President Barack Obama’s desk for his signature next week, as he fulfills a campaign and State of the Union […]

What If The Tables Were Turned?

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By: Tom Butts I support my Democratic party; I’ve been consistent with my voting record. I am very proud of my part and of the President’s accomplishments –with one exception: “Don’t ask, don’t tell”. Today, President Obama requested a stay in overturning the antiquated practice of having our troops “lie” if they happen to be […]

Obama Says He Will Accelerate Gay Rights

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Cambodian Times Article US President Barack Obama has outlined achievements by his administration in efforts to give homosexual people more rights. Mr Obama, who has been criticised for the lack of action on such issues as gay marriage and the right to serve in the military, told gay supporters on Sunday morning he would fight […]