The GLAAD Media Awards in Los Angeles last night celebrated the many milestones of equality for gay and lesbians that have been made in the past 12 months.

Hosts Amy Poehler and Rashida Jones stole the spotlight with a one act skit mocking the federal
government's continued stalemate to move forward on granting full rights to gays and lesbians in the military with the re-appeal of "Don't Ask Don't Tell."

Rashida played a gay soldier who wanted to tell her platoon she was out of the closet.

"When can I tell them?" Jones asked Poehler playing her superior officer.

"Soon. 60 days," Poehler replied.

"60 days from today?" Jones said.

"No 60 days from when the people are ready," Poehler replied.