posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 05:30 AM
Well, I see it in a very simple manner. If you can't put your big boy panties on and grow a pair, then go home. I personally don't want that
knuckle-dragging biped "defending" me and my country while tearing down or abusing his fellow gay soldiers. It's not a fair trade-off in my
opinion. It may never go away 100%, but that treatment has no reason to be upheld.
The military has enough problems, giving the homophobes their walking papers might boost moral more than one thinks. Imagine if you worked at a large
office, and knew outed/suspected gay employees were given pink slips, harassed, beat up. If you were close to co-workers who were gay, would that not
make you tense and stressed? That is not a good work environment, is it not? Be it an office, a retail business, or the battlefield, that is not an
atmosphere conducive to good moral.
Sensitivity training in any workplace might be laughed at, but considering the sorry state this country is in anyway, it's not a bad thing in any
way, shape or form to try to teach someone to be a decent human being. After all, rotten behavior was learned to begin with, and as can be the humane