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Obama Lives Up to His Promises as a Man of PEACE.


Obama won the Nobel Peace Prize, and his first major act since the honor has been to give a speech to a Gay & Lesbian lobby promising to end DON’T ASK, DON’T TELL in the US military. 1,264 more words

A Non-Fiction Brookback Mountain Type Story About Two Soldiers From Ohio

(Reprinted from LGBTQ Nation)


For a lost soldier…


Monday, May 25, 2015

Originally published on Memorial Day 2013.

ARLINGTON, Va. — Every year that I have lived and worked in this city I have always gone to Arlington National Cemetery to observe the Memorial Day ceremonies. 737 more words

Secretly Gay

Conduct Unbecoming II: Tell the Story of DADT Discrimination

Friends of Padre Steve’s World

Those of you who follow this blog or know me understand that I have served in the military since 1981. In that time I have served as an enlisted man, a Medical Service Corps Officer and Chaplain in the Army and a Navy Chaplain. 1,341 more words


Coming Out Under Fire

Berube, Allan.  Coming Out Under Fire:  The History of Gay Men and Women in World War II.  New York: Free Press, 1990.

Subject:  An examination of World War II’s repercussions on the development of a gay identity and subculture in the United States. 1,051 more words


MilitaryRecordsData.com Is Proud That The Armed Services Sent A Color Guard To Gay Pride Event

MilitaryRecordsData.com believes that everyone who serves our country as part of the Army, Navy, Air Force, or Marines is a true hero. We at MilitaryRecordsData.com believe that includes gay and lesbian soldiers. 295 more words


Report: Obama Told Generals, 'Support Me on Abolishing "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" in the Military or Resign'

In a 2010 meeting in the Oval Office, the president told service chiefs they could “go do other things” if they didn’t support abolishing DADT, Coast Guard Commandant Adm. 322 more words


Love is Love

I always thought it was so sad that people in the military were willing to risk life and limb to protect freedom, but they weren’t entitled the freedom to love without being dishonored.  51 more words