Today marked history for the U.S Military as Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell has officially been repealed. See what some familiar faces had to say about it as people around the country took to their Twitter accounts to express their feelings on the subject.
[lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Lady Gaga[/lastfm] has always been very vocal about her support of equal rights.
What a tremendous & beautiful day, DADT is officially repealed & the new order is in place. Sending all my love&gratitude to service members—
Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) September 20, 2011
Ellen DeGeneres, one of the first women in Hollywood to ‘come out,’ expresses her happiness.
The Queen of All Media, and a regular with Carson every morning, Perez Hilton says good riddance!
Glee favorite, Jane Lynch, feels similar to Perez, and shows it!
DADT … gone! Good riddance.—
Jane Lynch (@janemarielynch) September 20, 2011
As always, we say Thank You to the men, women and families in the U.S Military.