I retired last June and the ban was lifted in August....I am soooooo glad to be retired. Funny, I now work at the Naval Academy as a GS employer and you never see any kind of weirdness. Just in the military.....very weird.
I worked in legal for 16.5 of my 20 years. We only had two or three homosexual cases in all my memory that came up for elimination. I know there were over time a few "GI shower-room" parties for dealing with a couple of guys who were thought to be homosexual. There were times when you had ideas that some guy might me gay. But, of course unless you saw some activity there was not much you could do.
After retirement I settled in Seattle for 16 years. Of course they were every yard up there. My law office was full of them. Probably half of the office was. Now, I can basically pick one out of the crowd. I guess after viewing them for so many years up there, I got used to how they act, dress, talk, carry themselves, etc. There are just ways it seems that they stick out. Sad that I can now actually pick these people out. Sad.
posted on 06/07/2012 8:28:58 AM PDT
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