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Gays in the Military The subject of Gays in the military has been debated over many times by many people When dealing with whether or not gays should be allowed in the military the simple question of Do they want to be in the military must be answered After this question is answered you can begin analyzing the problem The answer to the question Do gays want to be in the military is an unquestioned yes Gays would be proud and determined to protect this beautiful country in which we live I personally am confused as to why there is even a question of whether or not gays should be allowed to protect and die for a country they love I do understand however the question of where should they live both in the field and at their home base It is hard for a man or women to get undressed in front of someone of the same sex that may be looking at them with different eyes When I say different eyes I mean a man looking at a man and thinking wow hes cute or a women looking at a women and thinking the same thing It would be very awkward for non-gay soldiers to deal with this problem Any political issue deals with people and the gays in the military controversy is no different Joe Steffan was kicked out of Annapolis one week before graduation after revealing he was gay Alan Schindler was a gay man in the Navy He was brutally murdered when some of his shipmates found out he was gay Events like these can only be avoided by education and communication of what homosexuality is and how to deal with people who are homosexual The segregation of gays and lesbians in the military should be limited to living quarters and that should be the extent of it The following is the 1993 National Board Policy
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