Viva Las Vegas
The Pentagon has not yet said it’s OK for homosexualservice members to come out of the closet. But that has not stopped a secretive military homosexual group from organizing chapters and planning its first convention.
The group OutServe, which claims a membership of more than 3,000 “lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgenders” (LGBT) in 42 chapters worldwide and publishes a magazine, is staging a convention in Las Vegas in October.
OutServe said, “Among the many topics to be featured: how allied military forces have welcomed LGBT personnel; latest research on diversity inside the military and out; and resources for LGBT military partners and families.”
OutServe has lined up at least one corporate sponsor, Amazon, as well as various homosexual rights groups.
The Pentagon is indoctrinating the armed forces on how to accept open homosexuals in the ranks after Congress voted to end the ban. The ban is scheduled to be lifted by year’s end. That may mean military homosexuals going to L as Vegas will have to go, and party, anonymously.
“We believe diversity is a force multiplier, and this conference will bring together veterans, active-duty military, and other experts to help us leverage LGBT inclusion for the benefit of military readiness,” OutServe said.
Bill Gertz can be reached at insidether email@example.com.