Progress All Around

Things are getting better for the community of Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals, Transgender, Queer and Intersex – and now we also know why this usually goes as lgbtqi.

President Obama is showing himself from a very pro-lgbtqi angle by publishing his agenda for lgbt rights. As Care2 points out, he has done many outstanding commitments to the community like hosting the “first ever LGBT Pride reception at the White House” or repealing the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell – policy. Continue reading

Now You Can Tell

The United States are proving themselves as an example lately in implementing Equal Rights. One could also say they are doing what was long due.

The law which banned homosexuals from serving openly in the military – commonly known as “Don’t ask don’t tell” –¬†will now be officially repealed. The bill will be certified by the Pentagon today and after a 60 days’ period the law will be fully changed. The CNN has posted a history of “Don’t ask don’t tell” from Clinton’s half promise to Obama’s fulfilled one.

There is a nice documentary about what “Don’t ask don’t tell” actually means Continue reading