Joe Mirabella

#SSS: DADT, Gay Adoption, Obama It Gets Better, NOM's Legal Woes

Filed By Joe Mirabella | October 24, 2010 10:00 AM | comments

Filed in: The Movement
Tags: adoption rights, Don't Ask Don't Tell, gay teen suicides, Political Strategy, Politics '10, Same Sex Sunday

Daniel O'Neill discusses HIV Infection prevention efforts in Washington DC with Phil Reese.

Thumbnail image for Same Sex SundayThe Round Table discussed the Don't Ask, Don't Tell roller coaster, the end of the Florida ban on gay adoption, the President's It Gets Better video, NOM's legal troubles, Ken Buck, and more.

Joining us this week were Field Director at the Courage Campaign, Arisha Hatch; Programs Director for Log Cabin Republicans, Casey Pick; Managing Partner of Renna Communications, an LGBT focused communications firm, Cathy Renna; co-director of Active Duty Service Members Network, OutServe, JD Smith; Executive Director of Equality Florida, Nadine Smith; and Founding Partner of 3PG Consulting, Andy Szekeres.

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You guys always do an excellent job. Who's going to be on next week's show right before election day?

Cathy Renna Cathy Renna | October 24, 2010 5:21 PM

it was one of the most engaging debates I have been part of in a long time - this show is really providing a platform and opportunity for discussion that is all too rare