It goes to the fundamental aspect of privacy which military services entails enough sacrifices to privacy without subjecting individuals to live in close quarters or shower with others who openly practice homosexuality.
If it were an issue of privacy, wouldn't the issue of sexuality be rendered irrelevant. Again, I know that you and Nitro aren't exactly hip to issues of human sexuality, but we're talking about non-sexual situations.
To my knowledge there are no colleges that force students to share dorm rooms with open homosexuals. And if it happens, then the student is free to living somewhere else or even go to another college. Not so in the military.
The military is a job. College isn't. Like I say though, keep your kid locked in your basement, because if he goes on to college, he will be exposed to LGBT folks. Either in the same dorm or in the same building or in the same gym.
Homosexuals do their thing and if they are allowed to serve openly, they will be doing their thing even more
Yes. And yes. And there's nothing wrong with that.
And fellow service personnel who give them any grief are going to be punished.
As well these service personnel should be.
FRC was just the messenger bringing the Pentagon's sad message that homosexual assault is up for 2009.
Lulsa, I know this is going to come as a shock to you. Sexual Assault - rape of any kind - has exactly nothing to do with sex. It's about power. This is a demonstrable fact. It has been proven a thousand times over. It is undisputed.
That and the FRC is totally incompatible with the real world.
( a ) Any person subject to this chapter who engages in unnatural carnal copulation with another person of the same or opposite sex or with an animal is guilty of sodomy. Penetration , however slight, is sufficient to complete the offense.
So Nitro, are you saying that even straight folks in the military have to have boring sex lives? I mean, given the definition of Sodomy...