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Thursday, 20 September 2012

Thursday, September 20, 2012
On September 20, 2011 -- exactly one year ago today -- "don't ask, don't tell" was repealed and gays, lesbians and bisexuals were finally allowed to join (or serve openly in) the military.
Paris Hilton Makes Shocking Statement About Gay Men
Chick-Fil-A President's Tweet Raises Questions About Fast Food Chain's Anti-Gay Donation Promise: Report
Pink Talks Gay Marriage, LGBT Fans And 2012 Election In New Interview
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Bryan Fischer Slams Bisexual Pride Day, Accuses LGBT People Of Embracing 'Sexually Aberrant Behavior'
BLOG POSTS
Joel Simkhai: Grindr Founder Demands Equality: History Moves in One Direction -- Forward
We must inform ourselves about who's running to represent us in our states and in our congressional districts -- and how they plan to vote on our rights once they take office. We must fight off disillusionment and apathy.
Bernard Whitman: 52 Reasons to Vote for Obama: #26, Repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell"
Our country is safer, our military force is stronger, and our national character is strengthened as a result of the end of DADT.
Shane L. Windmeyer: Playing Chicken: What If Chick-fil-A...
Chick-fil-A has not made any public statements or changes in policy. It may be weeks, months, or even years before the claims by Alderman Moreno are found to be true -- or false. The fact that Chick-fil-A has not come forward to confirm any of his claims should raise doubts.
Amity P. Buxton: 'Collateral Damage' in the LGBT Community: Straight Spouses, Still in the Darkest Corner of the Closet
Tucked in a corner of the lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender closet is a little-known group: straight women and men in heterosexual marriages whose husbands or wives come out as gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender after marrying them as "the right thing to do."
Chad Griffin: A Year After 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'
Far from the catastrophe predicted by the opponents of equality, the only shock of DADT repeal seems to be that there was no shock at all. Of course, the American people are beginning to notice a trend here.

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