Archive for August 2010
The gay troops and veterans’ group Servicemembers United has announced it will be facilitating a discussion between the partners of current service personnel and the Pentagon’s Working Group on “don’t ask, don’t tell”.
The White House continued this month to meet with members of the LGBT community to reassure them that the Obama administration is on their side. Read the rest of this entry »
New data shows that military women were targeted disproportionately for firing under “don’t ask don’t tell” last year.
A lesbian cadet says she had to resign from West Point because she could no longer “compromise” her integrity over “don’t ask, don’t tell.”
Crowds of same-sex couples hoping to get married at city halls across California experienced elation followed by disappointment Thursday afternoon.
A federal judge in San Francisco on Thursday agreed to delay for six days enforcement of his landmark decision declaring California’s Proposition 8 unconstitutional.
The much-anticipated federal court decision in the Proposition 8 case came down Wednesday afternoon, setting off a celebration in the LGBT community nationwide. But gay couples wishing to marry in California still have a long road ahead of them.