While many gay and lesbian activists are celebrating the recent overturn of DADT, I thought it important to remember and reflect on queer resistance to the military industrial complex. The fierce and deafeningly blunt anti-war cartoons of Mr. Fish and a spate of recent articles from a handful of anti-war voices across the political spectrum come to mind, like Cindy Sheehan's "Don't Go, Don't Kill," Lady Bunny's "Don't Ask, Don't Go,," Queer's For Economic Justice's Statement on DADT: "A Military Job Is Not Economic Justice," or Crunch's "Why I Won't Be Celebrating the Repeal of DADT: Queer Soldiers are Still Agents of Genocide."
And of course, many more queer critiques of queer investments in militarism are available online through Against Equality's digital archive.
More visual sass from Mr. Fish after the jump.