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GAYS IN THE MILITARY
Lt. Dan Choi on Trial
Comedian, actor and recording artist
Dan needs some paradise right now. He is on trial for contesting and questioning Don't Ask Don't Tell, which was later repealed, yet now he has to go to court, and face some possibly harsh consequences, for speaking out against it years ago.
Pentagon Bans Gay Civil Rights Sites, Hate-Filled Conservative Sites OK
A Pivotal Moment
C. Dixon Osburn
The official end to don't ask, don't tell is arguably one of the most significant civil rights achievements of the current generation. It signals that gay Americans are full citizens and should be treated equally.
WATCH: Gay Officer Says DADT Repeal Will 'Take Some Getting Used To'
Gay Birds Just Want to Serve Their Country, Too
Buckler of swashes
Gays in the Military: I'm Asking and the U.K. is Telling -- An interview with Baroness Kingsmill
Baroness Denise Kingsmill
While our country awaits a resolution to the outdated "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy, I asked House of Lords member, Baroness Denise Kingsmill, how her country has been dealing with gays serving openly in their military since 2000?
Yes, We Do Need Separation of Church and State: Repealing "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" Maintains These Boundaries
Bishop Gene Robinson
The Rt. Rev. V. Gene Robinson, Bishop of New Hampshire, USA. ...
The Church has a right to its religiously held beliefs. But it does not have a right to argue for less-than-equal rights for any American citizen.
Gays in the Israeli Military
The Israeli military's liberal approach towards gays was a stepping stone for acceptance of homosexuals in other branches of the Israeli security forces and in the Israeli society in general.
'Don't Ask Don't Tell' and Military Chaplains
Chaplain Charles D. Camp
Capt. John F. Gundlach
Chaplain Jerry L. Rhyne
Forty-one retired chaplains recently wrote the president and Secretary of Defense imploring them not to repeal the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" statute. We find their core argument astonishing.
When Intolerance Kills Christmas II: Why Should Gay U.S. Soldiers Still Fear Saluting Barack Obama?
Washington Editor at Large of The Atlantic and founder and sen...
Accepting people for who they are seems to me to be what Christmas ought to be about. As a nation, we still aren't doing that with gay men and women in the military services.
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