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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by mobilehaathi, Sep 20, 2012.
Link to study (pdf) here.
1. The repeal of DADT has had no overall negative impact on military readiness or its component dimensions, including cohesion, recruitment, retention, assaults, harassment or morale."
Not a surprise to me at all. Granted I've only been in about a decade, but never have I witnessed harassment, or even a disparaging remark towards anyone known or suspected to be LBG. This of course is a personal anecdote, but as a enlisted soldier, cadet and now officer, I've always felt comfortable with our military's level of acceptance of our difference colors, creeds and orientations.
I've observed that the crowds making the most commotion about this topic have little experience in the service and base their claims on hearsay and conjecture. I hope it truly becomes a non-issue and I'm proud of the LBG guys and gals that works beside me.
Indeed, the findings were not surprising to me either, although clearly not everyone had such a rational expectation...
What, you mean the whole armed forces hasn't caught gayness? The camo isn't now pink? Who would've thought?
We needed a ****ing report to say this? That alone just proves the disgusting state this country is in.
This should be common sense.
Day by day the bigots are losing ground to stand on. It's awesome.
Just as gay marriage won't negatively affect anyone (except those that get married...).
Yawn!! Wake me when the rest of the military catches the 'gay' like the right said would happen.
In other news, bears still **** in the woods.