The latest news about the effects of repealing the U.S. military's "don’t ask, don't tell" policy. Introduced by Bill Clinton as a comprimise measure that allowed gays and lesbians to serve in the militrary branches, DADT went into effect in 1994 and mandated that service members stay in the closet about their sexual orientation. Proponents cited to "unit cohesion," "high standards of morale," and "good order and discipline" as reasons for DADT's necessity. President Barack Obama ended the policy in 2011.
WATCH: Va. Lt. Gov. Hopeful Says DADT Repeal Turned Military Into 'Sodom and Gomorrah'
October 30 2013 11:15 AM ET

WATCH: Va. Pol Says 'God Is Not Pleased' with DADT Repeal

Sunnivie Brydum

Right Wing Watch uncovers additional evidence of E.W. Jackson's homophobia.

National Guard Officer Charlie Morgan's Widow Can Finally Access Her Late Wife's Benefits
October 24 2013 1:47 PM ET

Charlie Morgan's Widow Can Finally Access Her Late Wife's Military Benefits

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Karen Morgan, who was married to the late chief warrant officer and outspoken lesbian military activist Charlie Morgan, received a military ID card for the first time Wednesday.

September 20 2013 7:49 AM ET

Two Years After DADT: Still Difficult to Come Out in Military

Two years after the repeal of 'don't ask, don't tell,' JOSH SEEFRIED says it remains difficult for many active-duty military to come out

WATCH: 'TransMilitary' Documentary Seeks to End Trans Service Ban
August 22 2013 5:01 PM ET

WATCH: TransMilitary Documentary Seeks to End Trans Service Ban

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Transgender military veteran and activist Allyson Robinson has joined a new documentary project that hopes to raise awareness about the ban on open military service by trans Americans.