MotherT, 3/31/2008 - 10:46pm "Although I have never served in the Military, I do admire & appreicate our service men and women who do. I think Brandy has certainly got herself in a huge battle. It is my understanding that the DADT law does not only apply to homosexuality but all sexuality. I personally think ones sexuality should be left in private not talked about @ work. I don't think anyones sexual conduct should be exploded. No one should be kicked out of the Military because they are gay. If she was being harrassed at work because of the way she looked or was built then the person or persons harrassing her should have been disiplined. If her actions at work were offensive to someone then action should have been taken against Brandy. A persons sexuality should not be an issue in the military or any other work place. I think the issue should be the fine print of the DADT law not Brandy's sexuality. I personally would rather be known for my work ethic not my sexual preference. How ever I wasn't there I don't know what Brandy had to endure on a daily basis. I know that rules and laws are a guide but sometimes need to be improved or changed. Lets face it there are a lot of laws that need to change. I am very proud of Brandy for trying to make a difference in a law that could use some changing. Years ago people of color were not allowed to eat in white resturants or drink from the same drinking fountains. Women were not allowed to vote, now we have a woman running for president. Change doesn't come easy. Thank you Brandy for being willing to stand up sacrific your privacy for all Americans. I wish I had your courage. I hope something good comes outof this I wish you the best."
Please allow 4-6 weeks for processing. No refunds are issued. Back issues are available for $10/copy.
We accept Visa, M/C, checks and money orders. Call to charge by phone 918-592-5550. Enter your contact information in the form below and we will contact you.
If ordering by mail, make checks and money orders payable to Urban Tulsa Weekly. Send your payment along with your complete postal delivery address to Urban Tulsa Weekly, Attn: Samantha, PO Box 50499, Tulsa, OK 74150
Urban Tulsa Weekly
1924 E. 6th St.
Tulsa OK 74104
Phone: (918) 592-5550
Fax: (918) 592-5970