The president marked the fifth anniversary of his historic action to end the policy that kept gay, lesbian, and bisexual troops from serving openly.
In blogs, tweets, and handwritten letters from prison, the former Army intelligence specialist is still trying to change the world.
Joseph Pemberton was sentenced by a Philippines court to up to 12 years behind bars, but where he will serve his time remains unclear.
The Christian college founded by Jerry Falwell accepts same-sex and transgender spouses of service members but denies them discounts offered to opposite-sex husbands and wives.
Thanks to discrmination and the stress of war, queer servicemembers are highly susceptible to alcohol and drug dependency. Thankfully, there's a way to advocate for specified treatment at the nation's largest VA campus.