Sunday, May 30, 2010

Don't Ask, Don't Tell is the Only Reasonable Choice for the U.S. Military

Gay Activists Will Not Stop Their Demands Once DADT is Repealed, Instead, They Will Insist on the Most Bizarre Accommodations

Homosexuals are currently welcome to serve their country in the military under DADT. Wikipedia claims that 65,000 gays are currently serving honorably in the U.S. military. Repealing DADT won't change that, it will just give the nutty gay activists an excuse to demand bizarre accommodations for various sexual preferences in the military. The result will be a military force that is distracted from its mission and focused on accommodating various gender preferences to their satisfaction.

If DADT is repealed, where will the admittedly gay men sleep and shower? With the men, with the women, with other gay men or with other gay men and gay women?

How about the bisexuals? What arrangements should be made for them?

Do you think that the straight men and women should sleep in the same barracks and share the same showers?

What about the transgendered men? Will they be wearing woman's uniforms or would they be forced to deny their gender preference and wear men's clothing? After all, LGBT stands for" Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered".

Should women serve in combat situations alongside men? Should transgendered women, who identify as men, serve in combat situations with men? Should transgendered men, who identify as women, be excused from combat situations?

This whole thing about "gender preferences" raises many questions. It gets very weird when you allow people to declare their own gender independent of their physiology. Yet that is exactly what the LGBT crowd is demanding.

What if a straight man or woman decides that they are now bi-sexual or gay after experimenting and hooking up. What if a straight man suddenly decides that he is really a woman trapped in a man's body. Should they be allowed to change their dress, sleeping and showering arrangements? Should a woman who claims to be trapped in a man's body be allowed to go swimming without a swim top? Should the entire military change over to "uni-sex" uniforms? Should men be required to wear swim tops to keep things equal?

You see, it's not so simple. The military needs to figure out rules for all circumstances. Rules are important for discipline and unit cohesion. This is why the military chiefs need some time to sort things out before repealing DADT.

The gay activists are nutty. They already use "gay marriage" to force the "LGBT" agenda into public schools and the workplace. Their main objective is to raise a ruckus and to mock societal norms. They will insist on the most bizarre accommodations. They will not stop their demands once DADT is repealed. Instead, they will ramp up their demands. Most likely the military chiefs will go along with their bizarre demands for fear of being labeled as bigoted, hateful and homophobic. All of this distracts from the main purpose of the military which is to keep America safe. The result will be a military force that is distracted from its mission and focused on accommodating various gender preferences to their satisfaction.

4 comments:

Josh said...

You've never served in the military have you?

garyganu said...

Josh, No, I haven't served in the military. Please explain what I got wrong due to my lack of experience in this area.

Anonymous said...

Gay men are men and would sleep and shower with other men, heterosexual, bisexual, or asexual. Same goes for gay women. It's not like they're going to hit on every man (if they're a gay male) or on every female (if they're a lesbian). Also, if a straight person's so insecure about serving in the military because of the fear that a gay person would hit on them, they really need to grow up and learn that a gay person hitting on you is no different than someone you are not attracted to hitting on you.

Basically, the reasons for keeping DADT in place are quite illegitimate.

Those who serve in the military should be secure about their sexuality and diseases will not spread. Gays do not go out and have sex with everything that moves, they have morals too despite being portrayed as such in the media.

garyganu said...

Anonymous, According to your reasoning, men and women should sleep in the same barracks and shower together. It's not like all of the men are going to hit on every woman. Heterosexuals do not go out and have sex with everything that moves, they have morals too.

Grow up. If men and women were secure in their sexuality, they would sleep in the same barracks, change their clothes in front of each other and shower together.