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gays in the military

Vermont’s Norwich University Becomes First Military College to Celebrate Pride

TWO’s home state of Vermont continues to make LGBT history. Vermont created the civil union, was the first state to legislatively grant same-sex couples the

March 22, 2012 Blog

DADT Repeal: Miles To Go

Lt Gary Ross of the US Navy decided to get married the moment DADT’s repeat went into effect, just after 12:00 AM today; he did

September 20, 2011 Blog

A Law School With Integrity

[Note from Evan:  This is Jenny Blair, and she’s going to be pitching in a bit with the writing around here.  Welcome her!] One of

August 16, 2011 Blog

The Ghost Is Slain

Weekly Column Anti-gay activists have long considered 1993’s Don’t Ask/Don’t Tell compromise one of their most prized victories. In one fell swoop, they humiliated President

December 21, 2010 Blog, Opinion, Press Release

British Colonel: Open Gays Made Armed Forces More Productive

Colonel Mark Abraham, head of diversity for the British Army, told People Management the lifting of the ban on gays serving in the military in 2000

September 30, 2010 Blog

Yuma, AZ Mayor Warns Against “Lacy-Drawered, Limp-Wristed” Gays in the Military

This is Al Krieger, mayor of Yuma, Arizona. His masculinity is threatened by gay men: Anyway, Al Krieger doesn’t really need to worry about “lacy-drawered,

June 10, 2010 Blog

End Don’t Ask Don’t Tell Now

It is time for Congress to act swiftly and boldly to end the insane Don’t Ask/Don’t Tell policy by attaching repeal to the defense budget

May 24, 2010 Blog, Press Release

Why I Loathe The Term ‘Same-Sex Attraction’ (SSA)

In a post yesterday, I wrote the following: Personally, I don’t like the bogus term “SSA”, which stands for “same-sex attraction.” There is no such

February 12, 2010 Blog, Opinion

AFA Still Worried About Gays in Military Showers

As the title of Jeremy Hooper’s post on this suggests, the AFA is beating the same old dead horse about the terrifying prospect of gays

February 09, 2010 Blog

“Gays Too Precious To Risk In Combat”

I agree with John Aravosis. Now that DADT repeal is really (hopefully) underway, it’s a good time to revisit one of The Onion‘s greatest video

February 04, 2010 Blog
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