46 Comments on “Marines Get Trained on Accepting Gay Recruits”

  1. Dear homophobes, just because someone might tell you they’re gay doesn’t
    mean they are attracted to you! Get over yourselves! 

  2. At the end of the day, I don’t care if you are gay or not. As long as you
    can do your damn job, that’s all that matters. Why even mention it at
    all…………what one does in the bedroom is their own business. 

  3. All Gays should not be in the armed forces, full stop.!!!. I would’nt trust
    working in a life and death situation, with a Lesbian. As we all know they
    Hate men, so what would prompt a Lesbian to act decisively in a life and
    death situation, to protect a male soldier. Would it intervene and take
    down an enemy, or would it just let you die as a way of it getting rid of
    another male, from this world. No way would I trust a gay person to fight
    next to me, especially a lesbian.

  4. this is a great idea. take out all the straight people from the military
    and let gay men fight for us. They will be running over ISIS in no time
    butt fucking them and waving there rainbow flag as they shoot there 9mm
    pistols and leave there 50 cals and packaged water at base. 

  5. Gays have been serving in Submarines for years and they’re part of the
    submarine family. If they can safe my life and do their job so I can go
    home, who cares what’s there sexual orientation. 

  6. According to the American Psychiatric Association, until 1974 homosexuality
    was a mental illness. Freud had alluded to homosexuality numerous times in
    his writings, and had concluded that paranoia and homosexuality were
    inseparable. Other psychiatrists wrote copiously on the subject, and
    homosexuality was “treated” on a wide basis. There was little or no
    suggestion within the psychiatric community that homosexuality might be
    conceptualized as anything other than a mental illness that needed to be
    treated. And, of course, homosexuality was listed as a mental illness in
    DSM-II. Then in 1970 gay activists protested against the APA convention in
    San Francisco. These scenes were repeated in 1971, and as people came out
    of the “closet” and felt empowered politically and socially, the APA
    directorate became increasingly uncomfortable with their stance. In 1973
    the APA’s nomenclature task force recommended that homosexuality be
    declared normal. The trustees were not prepared to go that far, but they
    did vote to remove homosexuality from the list of mental illnesses by a
    vote of 13 to 0, with 2 abstentions. This decision was confirmed by a vote
    of the APA membership, and homosexuality was no longer listed in the
    seventh edition of DSM-II, which was issued in 1974. What’s noteworthy
    about this is that the removal of homosexuality from the list of mental
    illnesses was not triggered by some scientific breakthrough. There was no
    new fact or set of facts that stimulated this major change. Rather, it was
    the simple reality that gay people started to kick up a fuss. They gained
    a voice and began to make themselves heard. And the APA reacted with truly
    astonishing speed. And with good reason. They realized intuitively that a
    protracted battle would have drawn increasing attention to the spurious
    nature of their entire taxonomy. So they quickly “cut loose” the gay
    community and forestalled any radical scrutiny of the DSM system generally.
    The APA claimed that they made the change because new research showed that
    most homosexual people were content with their sexual orientation, and that
    as a group, they appeared to be as well-adjusted as heterosexual people. I
    suggest, however, that these research findings were simply the APA’s

  7. I don’t think people should have to “come out” because I think people
    should just accept that “Joe” may date girls, he may date guys – same with
    “Sue” – but, as a whole society, we aren’t like that yet. Too many people
    feel the need to voice their opinions on it; you have the right to disagree
    with it, but hating on people for being who they are (when it doesn’t hurt
    anyone else) is ignorant and stupid. The majority of rapes are done by
    straight males to females – there is an irrational fear that gay men are
    going to be staring at you or hitting on you, but that’s a crock of sh*t,
    as is anyone thinking lesbians will be all over every woman they see.

    Stop making it a big deal, then it won’t be one.

  8. If you are afraid or uncomfortable of homosexuals, you are uncomfortable of
    the confidance of your own sexuality. It’s basic psychology. Meaning, if
    you can’t be around or have a roomate who is gay while being totally
    comfortable and confidant, it means you are subconsciously afraid of
    possibility that your ego is actually wrong and you might find the same sex
    attractive. As a result, you get nervous, uncomfortable, bitter, grouchy,
    violent, upset. All to satisfy your inner-ego. What all this means? You’re
    a closet homosexual.

    best way to see if somebody is gay? Take them to a gay bar. They won’t get
    a “boner”, they’ll get uncomfortable, upset, violent, hissy, demand to
    leave. Why? Because deep down, they are homosexual and they cannot face
    themselves, so they deny it exist, even to the point where they will “beat”
    it away.

  9. Mind control (also known as brainwashing, coercive persuasion, thought
    control, or thought reform) is a theoretical indoctrination process which
    results in “an impairment of autonomy, an inability to think independently,
    and a disruption of beliefs and affiliations. In this context, brainwashing
    refers to the involuntary reeducation of basic beliefs and values” The term
    has been applied to any tactic, psychological or otherwise, which can be
    seen as subverting an individual’s sense of control over their own
    thinking, behavior, emotions or decision making.

  10. Twisted reporting. I was in the Navy and the don’t ask don’t tell policy
    was used in many jokes. Not because we felt gays were a joke, but the
    policy itself. I can say about 95 percent of the military won’t give a shit
    if you are gay. What it comes down to is, will you fulfill your oath and do
    your job. That is all we really care about, by the way I am a devout
    Disciple of Christ.Shared living quarters and a shower with gay men at the
    same time. I wasn’t gawked at. They are not the drooling homosexual animals
    Society makes them out to be. Total horse crap.

  11. “What if I don’t want to be a roommate with someone gay?”
    I guess that’s a fair question: What if you don’t like getting up early in
    the morning or marching for miles or saluting or the food? Your mommy can
    come and make it all better.
    I know two military contractors who maintain computer systems in Iraq and
    Afghanistan. Before DADT was repealed, they told me that EVERYONE on base
    knows who was gay and there were no problems.

  12. You’re in the military to serve your country not to boast about your
    sexuality. Keep it to yourself, no one will give a shit if you’re gay while
    being shot at.

  13. “This is Briggs, no matter what happens, this territory must not fall,”…
    “Every soldier here must be strong and flexible, you must move as one
    cohesive unit, following me, your leader in at all things and at all times.
    In short, we do not have the luxury of discrimination here.” – General
    Armstrong. I think this says more than enough.

  14. More people have problems with someone being “open” about their sexuality
    but when it comes to rape and assault no one says a word. How sad you all

  15. It doesn’t matter if they are gay or not…. cause the whole point of the
    military is to kill religion right?… So as long as they are religious
    gays let ’em join XD

  16. Woah, sorry but no religion is a good religion when is condemns someone for
    being who they are. It’s not even about religion it’s just about being a
    good person. You don’t have to like gay people but as a human you do have
    to understand and accept that not everyone is like you. Perhaps if people
    didn’t allow a book that was written thousands of years ago rule over their
    life then the world might be a better place. Better to be you than

  17. i say suck it up. its a command from top of the ladder. there allowed to be
    not afraid to say who they like.

  18. I don’t give a damn what you do on your liberty, I could care less what or
    who you do in your personal time……..If your there backing me up in a
    gunfight, lay down some suppressive fire and help keep my platoon
    alive…..you can wear a pick tutu and a purple wig as long as you can run
    that machine gun and fight like a madman………Ohhh Rahhhh!!!! Semper
    Fi SSGT USMC Ret.

  19. Ready to suck it up and go to combat for your brothers – unless of course
    they happen to love other men. Then all of you tough, “squared away”
    Marines turn tail and bitch and moan ’til the cows come home.

    It’s an order from the top down, suck it up buttercup – life ain’t fair and
    neither is the Corps. You weren’t drafted, and last I checked the Corps
    doesn’t give a shit about your feelings on the matter.

    Be a team player or get the fuck out, because at the end of the day you’re
    the liability, not the guy who has a husband back home.

  20. If you can’t perform your duty as a Marine because there are Gays in your
    Unit then maybe you shouldn’t be a Marine! By the way I think the Marines
    are the best looking toughest in our Military! Don’t worry guys! Gays have
    balls just like yo do!

  21. Whichever dumbass wrote the bible is clearly an evil supermind. I mean…
    really! Hes got MILLIONS of people thinking that since some stupid fucking
    words are in a book that this should be STRIKED UPON WITH HELLFIRE.

    You can clearly tell I hate homophobes.

  22. I was 0311 in the late 80’s early 90’s, in L 3/9 on Camp Pendleton, and I
    can tell you if a marine in my unit said he was gay he would have been beat
    down. Knowing how grunts are the cohesion of the platoon, squad, fire team
    would be compromised. 

  23. The Marines aren’t deciding on allowing gays, the Puppeteers are; Marines
    take orders, they get a paycheck, they’re servants. This is a prime example
    on how people are programmed what to accept…one second they cannot accept
    open gays and the next they do; sounds like some real winners? you bet. lol

  24. The truth is that homosexuality, lbgtq, and gay marriage are wrong. God is
    the authority. Such has been previously acknowledged, by law, that we are
    a nation which “Trusts In God”. And, God is love, just, righteous, and
    forgiving. Meaning…a just and pure God cannot and will not let “wrong
    (homosexuality)” go on forever, especially when a nation condones wrong.
    People are either for God, or against God. Ultimately, they either choose
    to believe in God, follow His Word, the Bible, and do right in His eyes; or
    they choose to not believe. Problem is, the evidence of God is so
    irrefutable that we are without excuse, when it comes to believing. We
    must not be deceived in believing homosexuality is right, when God teaches
    otherwise. Importantly, God doesn’t want any to not accept what is right,
    but unfortunately many will refuse to accept Him. As a nation, we need to
    have the courage to stand up for what is really “right”, as previous
    generations have done, and not be deceived. Know that people make their
    own choices, but also know that God is not mocked. Please read it for
    yourself, and follow what is truly right and just…Romans 1:26-27; 1 COR
    6:9-11; Leviticus 18:22; Matthew 18:7; 1 John 4:16; Nahum 1:2-3; Zechariah
    8:16-17; Psalms 33:5; Ecclesiastes 12:13-14; Jonah 3:10; 2 Timothy 3:16-17;
    Romans 2:5-11; Romans 3:23-26; Galatians 6:7. 

  25. To me it doesn’t matter if you’re gay or lesbian but men shouldn’t act like
    women talking and acting like them you’re still a dude haha. Lesbians
    shouldn’t act like guys meaning don’t try to fight dudes you’re still a
    female that’s it nothing but respect holla haha

  26. what comes first, religion or sexuality? I can answer that easily… YOUR

  27. Do we want soldiers who don’t understand the basics of biology? No way! If
    you want to be a warrior for your god…your ambitions are in line with the
    Taliban, Al-Qaeda, and ISIS, not the U.S Constitution. 

  28. Would be fun to debate a gay with a 110 plus IQ…
    Anyone know one? Can’t find any on this thread, despite the large amount of
    (vapid and trite) gay comments, that invariably involve the usual tactics:
    -emotional shrieking and intimidation techniques
    -copious amounts of laughably screamy propaganda phrases, interspersed
    with slurs and invective for more effect
    -very bad reasoning and a complete lack of abstract skills
    -a general state of ignorance that is as abysmal as it is creepy.

    Let’s see if there’s any who can debate like a REAL MAN, lol!
    He he he, ain’t holding my breath.
    Tick tock, tick tock…

  29. There is no shame in believing a lie until you learn the truth.

    The success of so-called “gay rights” is an amazing triumph of clever
    deception over simple logic. When it comes to this issue, otherwise
    intelligent people routinely fall for arguments that just don’t hold up
    under scrutiny. “Gay” sympathizers aren’t necessarily more gullible than
    other people, they are simply tricked into accepting certain conclusions
    without first examining the underlying premises.

    He who defines the terms controls the debate — and by extension, public
    opinion. On this issue the terms have been defined (in many cases
    invented) by the talented sophists of the “gay” movement. Sophistry, it
    must be noted, is the ancient Greek art of persuasion by subtly false
    reasoning. The key to overcoming sophistry is to simplify and clarify what
    the sophists have intentionally made complex and vague. That process
    begins by defining the terms and concepts being used in the arguments. One
    quickly discovers that most arguments advocating “gay rights” depend upon
    hidden false assumptions and deliberately ambiguous terms. It’s all smoke
    and mirrors.

    Among the most common terms and concepts in the “gay rights” debate are:
    homosexuality, sexual orientation, heterosexism, diversity,
    multi-culturalism, inclusiveness, discrimination, homophobia and
    tolerance. These words and phrases are used by “gay” sophists to frame the
    question of homosexuality as a civil rights issue. It is a context chosen
    to favor homosexuals to the extent that they cast themselves as victims and
    their opponents as oppressors, yet even within this context, “gay”
    arguments are easily refuted.

  30. I’ll make it real easy for everyone to get a fix on my thoughts. I don’t
    care who you have sex with, I care if you can put led down range on target
    at the enemy. I don’t care who you kiss, I care if you can drag me out of
    danger if I’m wounded. I don’t care if you’re homosexual or heterosexual, I
    care if you can be an affective member of my unit and do your job
    effectively. If someone takes issue with you being gay, they aren’t
    focusing on the right things. If you see me naked and you’re gay, I don’t
    care. If you’re attracted to me, I don’t care. I choose who I sleep with
    and who I don’t. You will not be my choice since I’m attracted to the
    opposite gender. Be open if you want. We don’t have to see eye to eye on
    everything. We may not think the same thoughts or find the same people
    attractive. But when it comes right down to it, GET YOUR JOB DONE AND I
    WILL DO THE SAME. End of discussion.

  31. Nothing against gays in military, but I’d have problems with fags. Note,
    fag is not a term for a gay, but for anyone who is extremely annoying and
    pathetic. I’m sure there are many masculine gays who hate the “glee”
    perception, and feminine lesbians who hate the “butch” perception. Let’s be
    honest, gay and straight guys can both agree that strong guys should join,
    and not pop culture fags

  32. imposing your ideas on people is wrong..would you like it if you were told
    to accept allah and pray 5 times a day..or accept Jesus Christ or burn in
    hell? NO so do not force your misplaced moral values unto others in any
    form or fashion.

  33. All the brass are homosexuals, that’s how you get into the highest ranks,
    that and being in freemasonry. The military has always been very
    homosexual, it’s just now coming out of the closet. Who else would be in
    the church or military, it’s all guys and rituals.

  34. How about discharge the soldier that is homophobic. That is discriminating.
    That is against people just trying to serve the country because a book says
    that its wrong.

  35. Hey Religious Marines, we dont send you to die so you can bitch about your
    religious belief in the process.

    wake up idiots.

    actually, never mind…you joined the military, of course youre an idiot.

  36. Has anyone noticed that since we as a nation began accepting the gay life
    as normal, the United States is sort of having all types of troubles that
    it never had in the past, like flooding, droughts, and various different
    issues like owing the whole world 17 trillion to 19 trillion dollars. Next
    thing I would like to know is are we going to have to change the men and
    women signs on the restrooms to penis’s and vagina’s so the gays could
    match what they have with the picture on the door so they know what
    restroom to use, since they really don’t know what they are.

    Just saying

  37. God people are fucking annoying, offensive, and stupid. The armed forces,
    for straight men at least, are going to be this source of masculinity and
    all the bullshit stereotypes that go along with it.

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