How many use it as an excuse for a discharge?
I have no problem with gays and lesbians serving as long as they keep the sex out of the barracks and certain aspects of their behavior at bay when they are serving.
There should be no sex in the barracks or sexual activities and that includes everyone in the service.
What about Don't Ask ? Isn't this just about them claiming that promoting their alternative sexuality is right? Like it's the First Amendment? And that restricting their ability to communicate their sexuality to find partners is a violation of that right to express themselves in the military?
They really want to marry the same sex in the military. That is where this is going.
I bet most hetro-sexual women couldnt care less if a lesbo is in the shower with them. Just my guess. (I live in a liberal state.) I bet it is much less popular with men in the military than women.