Don't ask, Don't tell repeal hits the Internet as the policy has been repeal by the US Senators with the vote of 65-31 to end the 17-year-old ban following its passage through the Democratic-led House of Representatives. Democratic leaders. Many Republicans were not favor to the policy of Don't Ask, Don't tell.

In the Don't ask, don't tell policy, gays were allowed to join the military service as long as they expose their sexual orientation. In the 1993, the government implemented the don't ask, tell policy which gave the gay community to join the military service but eventually leads to many oppositions.

Gay community are now celebrating now that the don't ask, don't tell has been repealed.