Nothing makes the case for the repeal of the anti-gay Don't Ask Don't Tell better than this article from the San Francisco Chronicle:
The Army fired 11 soldiers in January for violating the military's policy that gay service members must keep their sexuality hidden, according to a Virginia congressman. Democratic Rep. Jim Moran said he has requested monthly updates from the Pentagon on the impact of the policy until it is repealed.
SLDN has organized a rally calling for the repeal of DADT that will be Friday, March 13th at 12noon on the grounds of the U.S. Capitol. Come show your support for ending anti-gay discrimination in the military.