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Get well soon, Pam Spaulding!

One of the LGBT community's top bloggers, and a former guest on this show--Pam Spaulding--faced surgery today and is currently, apparently, recovering nicely.  Here at SameSexSunday, we appreciate everything that Pam has done for the community and hope she's in tip-top shape again soon! Get well soon, Pam--we just know you'll be back on your feet in no time!
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HuffPo: Pentagon Warns Congress To Hurry Up On DADT Repeal

We are in the last days of disco here.  If Republican leadership in the Senate continues to put that party on the wrong side of the issue, they'll have a lot of explaining to do later on.  Better to back off and not risk military leaders saying, "Republicans put our national security at risk for political gain on this issue," in a few months. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/11/22/pentagon-warns-congress-dadt_n_786649.html
Pentagon Warns Congress To Hurry Up On DADT RepealSANTA CRUZ, Bolivia — The Pentagon's top leaders warned Sunday that if Congress fails to repeal the ban on gays serving openly in the military, the courts may order changes that military leaders consider too fast or poorly thought-out.The Pentagon is trying to make it easier for the Senate to consider lifting the ban in the current postelection session. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Sunday he will release a study of the effects of repeal on Nov. 30, a day earlier than planned.That could allo…

Chair of Joint Chiefs of staff: DADT "goes counter to who we are as institution."

Admiral Mike Mullen was on This Week this week.  Forward to 4:40 for 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' portion. <img style="visibility:hidden;width:0px;height:0px;" border=0 width=0 height=0 src=" " /> Are these the last days of this discriminatory institution?

#SSS: The State of States; Where is Marriage Equality Coming Next?

Posted at Bilerico.com:
Several states are poised to move towards marriage equality for gays and lesbians in 2011 and 2012. On the 25th episode of Same Sex Sunday, hear from those closest to the ground.Joining us will be the Executive Director for Equality Maryland, Morgan Menesses-Sheets; the Executive Director of MassEqulaity Kara Suffredini; Founding Partner of 3PG Consulting Andy Szekeres, and the State Legislative Director for the Human Rights Campaign Sarah Warbelow.
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OUR TWENTY-FIFTH EPISODE! CHECK OUT OUR PREVIEW!

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This week on your TWENTY-FIFTH EPISODE OF SAMESEXSUNDAY: Executive Director of Equality Maryland; Morgan Meneses-Sheets, Executive Director of MassEquality; Kara Suffredini, Founding Partner of 3PG Consulting; Andy Szekeres, State Legislative Director for the Human Rights Campaign; Sarah Warbelow all stopped by to talk about the political and legislative landscape for LGBT gains in on the state level.  Learn about potential wins in Maryland, Rhode Island, New York, Illinois, Washington, Hawaii for gender identity employment protections, civil unions and marriage; as well as trouble on the horizon for NOM. Plus, updates on the 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' front.  Check it out and please help spread the word!Until next time, until we are equal, keep up the good fight!

OUR TWENTY-FIFTH EPISODE! CHECK OUT OUR PREVIEW!

This week on your TWENTY-FIFTH EPISODE OF SAMESEXSUNDAY: Executive Director of Equality Maryland; Morgan Meneses-Sheets, Executive Director of MassEquality; Kara Suffredini, Founding Partner of 3PG Consulting; Andy Szekeres, State Legislative Director for the Human Rights Campaign; Sarah Warbelow all stopped by to talk about the political and legislative landscape for LGBT gains in on the state level.  Learn about potential wins in Maryland, Rhode Island, New York, Illinois, Washington, Hawaii for gender identity employment protections, civil unions and marriage; as well as trouble on the horizon for NOM. Plus, updates on the 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' front.  Check it out and please help spread the word!Until next time, until we are equal, keep up the good fight!