A woman who says she believes a private military spouses club excluded her because she’s gay says she’d still join the group if it reverses its decision.
“I would go tomorrow,” Ashley Broadway, the wife of U.S. Army Lt. Col. Heather Mack, told CNN's Brooke Baldwin on “CNN Newsroom” Tuesday afternoon. “Wherever we were stationed, I was a volunteer of some sort. Between my educational background, my volunteerism, my energy, my enthusiasm to help all military families, I would absolutely be elated to. If anything, I would like to be a part of the group so that they can see that my family is no different than their families.”
Broadway applied to the Association of Bragg Officers' Spouses after she and Mack – who married in Washington, D.C. – moved to Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Broadway says the club told her she couldn’t join because she doesn’t have military identification.
Read more about Broadway's attempt to get into the club.
Lol, the short ones go thru... makes me look funny. It never ends.
You better get your sad butt to work on time tomorrow.
Let her join. After all both the military and the gay community pray to the same god, don't they?
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