Tuesday, August 09, 2005

Beware of Military Personal Ads

All gay servicemembers serving in the Armed Forces beware, a personal ad on gay.com, planetout, or connexion can lead to you being discharged under the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" anti-gay military policy. 25% of the outing incidents leading to a "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" discharge this year involved personal ads, according to SLDN. And the military does not really care what service you provide to your country:
The individuals affected -- nine men and one woman -- include a Farsi linguist, a doctor, an intelligence analyst and a communications operator. At least three served in the Iraq war.

So, tell all your deployed buddies in the military academies and on the yahoo! messenger webcam/chatrooms to lay off for a few weeks. Or at least just keep the focus of their webcam and photos on their cock and not on their face. That's all you want to see anyway. Well, and maybe a little uniform action.

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