Consider the issue... Educate yourself...
Make an informed decision.


"Don't Ask, Don't Tell" is the colloquial term referring to the policy of the United States Department of Defense towards gays, lesbians, and bisexuals. With this policy, the United States' armed forces do not seek to discover those who are privately homosexual or bisexual. At the same time, under this policy, those who are openly gay or bisexual are forbidden from applying or serving in any branch of the armed forces. This issue has been in the spotlight for many years and the issue grows with the growth of the gay-rights movement. The issue is very critical as it involves an issue of national defense as well as an issue of freedom of expression. On this website, you will not find my opinion on this issue. Rather, you will find useful information that will help you to learn about the issue and examine the central argument for both positions. It is my hope that those who visit this website will become educated in the issue and be able to make a personal decision. After all, in a democratic society, education on issues is critical. Consider the issue... Educate yourself... Make an informed decision.



Above you will find links associated with the multiple facets of this issue. I encourage you to look at each and think critically of the information presented, and make an informed decision for yourself on the issue.