CU-Boulder grad discharged over ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ wants to re-enlist – By Whitney Bryen

… But Inselman said the repeal is not a victory for the transgender community, since “don’t ask, don’t tell” is only one of the reasons keeping them out of the military.

Being transgender is often considered a medical concern or a mental health condition in the military, according to the Service Members Legal Defense Network website.

“I think that to frame this as a victory for the GLBT community is wrong, because transgender people still cannot serve in the military,” Inselman said. “We need to not forget about fighting for (transgender) inclusion in our military as well as gay, lesbian and bisexual people.”