Repeal Don't Ask, Don't Tell Military Policy
The Don't Ask, Don't Tell (DADT) policy -- which demands the discharge of any "out" lesbian, gay or bisexual service member from the U.S. military -- is a discriminatory restriction that unfairly disrupts careers, undermines the readiness of our troops, and jeopardizes our national security. In addition, this vicious policy disproportionately hurts women.
Email your members of Congress today and ask them to take immediate action to repeal DADT. Urge them to help pass the Military Readiness Enhancement Act (MREA, H.R. 1283 / S. 3065) which would end DADT and prohibit discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation.