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But may I ask why all you mentioned were gay, bi, or straight people. There are others. Pansexual and Transexual are two more....

PRESIDENT Obama’s signature on legislation to abolish “don’t ask, don’t tell” prohibitions on open service by gays and lesbians in the military will make history, but the job is not finished.

Swift, purposeful implementation of the law into military life is the next step. All the debate about the merits of repeal rightfully ended Saturday with the Senate’s 65-31 vote on Capitol Hill.

This is history making on the order of racial integration of the armed services and expanded roles for women in uniform. Vast organizations need time to adjust, but all movement must be forward.

Now, indeed, the arguments are not about the influence of gays on military readiness and unit cohesions, but resistance — illegal resistance — to serving beside all men and women, regardless of their sexual orientation.

Seventeen years ago, the shorthand of “don’t ask, don’t tell” was viewed as an administrative compromise that would keep gays from being dismissed outright. Over time, the broader culture and the armed services chafed at the degrading imperative to be mute.

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E ver since the public relations blunders at the time of Princess Diana's death, the Queen has gone to great lengths to be more in touch with the mood of country. She presents the monarchy as modern, compassionate and inclusive; often referring to the value of a diverse multicultural, multifaith society.

On one issue, however, she remains curiously out of step with public opinion. Whereas most of us now welcome and embrace lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people, the Queen has never done so .

While I doubt that Elizabeth II is a raging homophobe, she certainly doesn't appear to gay-friendly. Not once in her 60-year reign has she publicly acknowledged the existence of the LGBT community – or gay members of her own royal family. The Queen has turned her back on queens.

While she has spoken approvingly of the UK's many races and faiths, for six decades she has ignored LGBT Britons. Judging from her silence, it seems that we are the unspeakable ones – the people she cannot bare to acknowledge or mention in public. Why the double standards?

Regardless of whether these omissions are a reflection of the Queen's personal views or the result of advice from her courtiers, as monarch she bears ultimate responsibility. Her silence sends a signal of exclusion and disrespect.

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