Don't Ask, Don't Tell
- A former U.S. military policy prohibiting the questioning of service members' sexual orientation, but allowing discharge upon admission or discovery of homosexual or bisexual identity or behavior
- Don't Ask, Don't Tell often made it difficult for service members to openly discuss their personal lives.
- Many activists believed that Don't Ask, Don't Tell unfairly targeted LGBTQ+ military personnel.
- The repeal of Don't Ask, Don't Tell marked a turning point in the recognition of LGBTQ+ rights in the military.