Veterans For Equal Rights (AVER)
LGBT veterans association serving the needs of active
service members and veterans; and advocating the repeal of
the Don't Ask Don't Tell policy so that all patriotic
Americans may choose to volunteer to serve openly, in
Pride, without discrimination, regardless of sexual
orientation. Local chapters throughout the US.
Gay & Lesbian Information Service
Australian Defence Force (ADF) website for LGBT military
support and education organization that promotes dignity,
diversity, and respect for LGBT alumni of the United
States Military Academy and their family and allies.
Membership is open to only those individuals who took the
oath of office as a Cadet at the US Military Academy, with
the exception of cadets at West Point and Active Duty
officers. Once DADT is reversed, we will accept both
cadets and Active Duty officers. All Knights Out
members are requested to join SAGALA.
Michael D. Palm Center
research institute at the University of California, Santa
Barbara. The Center is committed to sponsoring
state-of-the-art research to enhance the quality of public
dialogue about critical and controversial issues of the
day. The Center's priority, the "Don't Ask, Don't
Tell" Project, continues the work of the Center for
the Study of Sexual Minorities in the Military.
armed forces. A
site of resources for the military community on matters of
sexuality and sexual orientation in Her Majesty's Armed
Academy Gay and Lesbian Alumni Network (SAGALA)
The Service Academy Gay & Lesbian Alumni Network, an
organization providing a support, professional and
social network for LGBT cadets and midshipmen attendees
and alumni of the five federal service
academies, US Military Academy at West Point, the US
Naval Academy at Annapolis, the US Coast Guard Academy at
New London, The US Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point
or the US Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs.
Membership is open only to those individuals who have
taken the oath of office as a cadet or midshipman.
American Veterans Association (TAVA)
was formed to address the growing concerns of fair and
equal treatment of transgender veterans and active duty
service members. TAVA serves as an educational
organization that will help the Veterans Administration
and the Department of Defense to better understand the
individuals they encounter who identify as being
An organization of gay,
lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and straight allied alumni
of the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland.
We are network over 100-strong that exists to support our
fellow LGBT alumni, including current midshipmen and
active duty servicemembers. We hold social and
educational events, attend Board of Trustees meetings of
the Naval Academy Alumni Association, and participate in
Association activities in the hopes of making a
better experience for those who follow in our footsteps.
- 2020 Gay Military Signal