This isn't really a discussion topic, but I don't know where else to put it; and we are, after all, one large community, are we not? At last, the Congress of the United States of America has affirmed a human right: "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" ("DADT") is at last being repealed. (The Senate vote was Saturday.) I cannot understand why this country is so slow to enshrine basic human rights in law and policy. We still don't have truly universal health insurance, and we still haven't abolished capital punishment--and we still let employers dictate how people dress or wear their hair or facial hair without good reason, for that matter--but at last, we have progress. Let us take a moment to be happy about this.
Oh, but if you're a fornicating Sodomite, god hates you ... but he loves you ... or something like that ...
Ummm, what was the question, again?