The transgender group of OutServe-Servicemembers Legal Defense Network announced Monday that it is cutting ties with the embattled organization, partnering with a new splinter group formed in the wake of a public controversy.
The man who helped found OutServe under a pseudonym before the repeal of DADT will tender his resignation tomorrow.
Allyson Robinson says she will be stepping down as executive director of the LGBT military advocacy group "of her own accord," but will continue to lead "in the near term."
The White House has challenged a Republican's 'license to discriminate' amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act.
A gay soldier describes his life in the military, including the time he spent working alongside Prince Harry.