Thanks to the repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” the military’s longstanding policy towards ‘gays’ in the military, the military has seen an influx of gay marriage ceremonies and other events that celebrate the alternative lifestyle.
According to Stars and Stripes:
Six servicemembers — gay, lesbian and straight — donned heavy makeup to dance and lip sync songs such as “I Wanna Dance with Somebody” for a raucous capacity crowd at the Rocker NCO Club at Kadena Air Base. The event was a fundraiser for the recently formed Okinawa chapter of OutServe-SLDN, which is the largest nonprofit advocate for the military’s LGBT community.
“We didn’t think there was much of a desire for an event like this on the island but it has actually blown up,” said Navy Lt. Marissa Greene, co-chapter leader of OutServe Okinawa.
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Proponents of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” have long argued that lifting the ban on homosexuals serving openly in the military might create division within the ranks.
(Editor’s Note: Apparently, “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” has become put on Drag and “Show and Tell.” This is also the same U.S. Military that has also RECENTLY labeled evangelical Christians and Catholics as extremists along with al-Qaeda, Hamas, and the KKK; terminated the publishing of military-themed Bibles; ordered a cross and steeple removed from an overseas chapel; removed “God” from the logo of the Rapid Capabilities Office; took down a painting with a Bible verse from an Air Force Dining hall; deleted the phrase “so help me God” from three honor oaths in the 2012 edition of their official cadet handbook and removed a poster bearing the words “so help me God” at the Air Force Academy; and eliminated a nativity scene at Shaw Air Force Base in South Carolina. Obviously, the U.S. Military has change it’s ‘values’ and not for the better. The policy has become the eradication of all Christian references and symbols, which are then replaced with raunchy homosexual displays.)
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