OutServe holds first ever open convention for gay military members

My how the world has changed. And I love the last line, below, that the CIA is a sponsor of the conference:

The four-day conference kicked off Thursday at the New York, New York hotel/casino with private meetings for leaders of the group’s 48 chapters around the world. At least 215 service members, veterans and civilian supporters — registration was capped to make the event manageable — have signed up to mingle and to attend panel discussions that range from marriage and the push to secure benefits for gay military spouses to post-military careers and the remaining ban on transgender troops. The CIA is among the event’s sponsors, and other scheduled workshops include topics such as Scriptures and Homosexuality.


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