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|Written by Staff|
|Thursday, 01 April 2010 14:09|
“When there’s a time when our leaders are unable, unwilling to do the right thing, somebody has to step up to the responsibility.”
— Lt. Dan Choi, who is gay and being discharged from the Army, explaining why he chose to handcuff himself to a White House fence in a dramatic March 18 protest against “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.” (DC Agenda, March 25)
“I’m among the millions of parents who have been in a gay or lesbian relationship. It hasn’t been an easy road lately, but I feel there are no mistakes in my life.”
“I am proud to say that I am a fortunate homosexual man. I am very blessed to be who I am.”
Photo: Lt. Dan Choi handcuffed to the White House gates (by Michael Key, DC Agenda)
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