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Mike Yost

LGBT vet group still working for equality post-Don’t Ask Don’t Tell

Transgender individuals are still banned from service, and the military still does not recognize same-sex marriages – which means that health, housing and death benefits are not afforded to same-sex partners. Moreover, many servicemembers discharged under DADT are opting to return to service – and some face bureaucratic hurdles upgrading their discharge status so they can re-enlist. “Those things still have to be corrected,” said Kelly, “and AVER is an organization that's looking to help advocate for those changes.”...

Project Angel heart plans 18th annual fundraiser April 26

April 26, 2012 marks the 18th year of Project Angel Heart's involvement in Dining Out for Life, an international event that takes place in sixty cities spanning the U.S. and Canada. Last year, more than 300 restaurants with 90,000 diners in the Denver and Boulder area took part....
Mike Yost

Mike Yost

Greetings. I’m Mike. People call me Mike. I’m just a gay guy trying to be creative before I’m kicked off this spinning, planet-sized spaceship hurdling through the void of space. Writing and photography are the creative outlets I spill my brain into when mental monsters start clawing at the back of my eyes. I only hope these articles provide readers with a few insights I’ve carefully gathered in cupped hands, cracked hands that have dueled for decades with these nebulous shadows that haunt so many lives. Plus, writing is a great way to pass the time on this planet-sized spaceship hurdling through the void of space.