Sgt. Shane Ortega tells The Advocate how he's been able to serve for years in the U.S. Army as an openly transgender man and about the pressure he faces now that the world knows who he is.
The first federally approved monument on federal land to honor LGBT vets was dedicated Sunday at the national cemetery outside Chicago.
While we remember our fallen soldiers on Memorial Day and celebrate a post-DADT world, we cannot grow complacent.
Army Sgt. Shane Ortega, a transgender man currently serving in Oahu, knows that 'administratively, I shouldn't exist.'
Landon Wilson, the transgender former Navy cryptologist who was discharged for being trans, took his story to CBS News.