Don't Ask Don't Tell
It was Reid who pushed the White House to act on repeal — driven by LGBTQ activists who broke the rules of Washington.
The new policy would force transgender military members to choose between transition and their jobs.
Writer Matt Baume examines an episode of the sci-fi series that feels particularly relevant in the wake of Donald Trump's transgender service member ban.
"It is exactly the same argument," says Barney Frank. "There have been zero negative consequences."
Thoughts on the banning of trans military service from a USMC veteran.
Back then, women who refused to fall in line with a male-dominated way of thinking, were shut down immediately.
I am asking you respectfully by penning this letter, that you embrace the goodness of our country, the goodness of America
Five years ago on September 21, 2011, lesbian, gay, and bi service members began serving openly without fear of discharge
Repeal alone does not right the injustices suffered by thousands.
Today marks the five-year anniversary of the official end of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” (DADT) -- the archaic and deeply discriminatory