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December 19, 2010


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Aaron Espinoza

Poor news - Syria's 'mutilation mystery' deepens...

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Why is there still gay issues in the government, the military or even in the workplace? These are just questions that made me realize that we are still stuck in the limbo of homophobia that can ruin the society we live in. This issues will not end unless there is still oppression especially in the military service about gay men in uniforms. Instead, let us look at the crucial problem,s of the society like poverty, unemployment and the rest.

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This is really sick! There are still a lot of issues in the government that has to be given solutions yet we tend to have actions on gay issues in the military. These gay men have contributed a lot in terms of national security. I have to say that there has to be a full respect given to them. This issue won't die unless there are still people who are narrow minded about this social issue.


Great post. I've cross-linked to mine on the same subject. I expect the repeal of DADT will soon lead to an exodus from the ranks and the eventual re-institution of the draft. If the military had been homo-friendly in '66, I'd have never enlisted...


This has to be one of the most on point editorials you have ever written. It is definitely a sign of things to come. Get ready and buckle your seatbelts America, it is going to be a bumpy ride.

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