Boston, MA, September 19, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- OutMilitary.com, a social network for LGBT service members and their supporters, is proud to support the official repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” on September 20.
“Out Military members are elated that this discriminatory chapter in American history has finally come to an end,” said John McKinnon, founder of OutMilitary.com. Shaun Knittel, a spokesperson for OutMilitary.com and a U.S. Navy veteran said: "The end of DADT will bring equality to the ranks; an all volunteer force comprised of Americans from every conceivable background – including lesbian women and gay men."
OutMilitary.com provides a supportive environment for “friending,” sharing and networking between active duty military, veterans and supporters – around the world.
OutMilitary.com is a “walled garden.” Members are encouraged to design their profile page to specifically fit their personality by adding photos, video and text. Members can chat via chatrooms or one on one. More than just a meeting place for LGBT service members and their supports, OutMilitary.com is also a source for news and updates on an array of topics tailored for the military community. Members can blog, chat, and connect with one another in a supportive environment.
OutMilitary.com has become the go-to place for the nearly 65,000 active duty gay servicemen and women and an estimated 1 million LGBT veterans.
For more information visit www.OutMilitary.com.