I wish I could actually read this entire article. I would like to know how the Marines intend to deal with predatory homosexuals. It’s fun and all to say haw the Marines will just kick their butts, but we all know that could seriously impar the Marine’s career.
The USMC is going to need some sort of iron clad protocol for dealing with aggressive homosexuals, because some do tend to be agressive, as many built males who work out at gyms can attest. Ogling and stalking became such a common problem at our local gym that management had to kick out several of the more predatory types.
When my son was a teen they tried this crap on him. He and his dad made it a point to make sure they never stalked him, or any other young man, ever again. They also got them kicked out of the gym.
Towel Parties, things like that will utterly deter gays from telling anyone they are gay. I don’t care if you’re gay, I don’t want to hear it, and I definitely don’t want homosexuals openly serving in the military, I could never trust someone that wears their sexuality on their shoulder.
People fall down, run into tail rotors at night, rigging goes bad on HALO and especially LALO jumps, live fire drills result in accidents, falling off carrier decks or overboard , falling asleep behind a deuce and a half ....... Just a lot if things can happen to bad people.
I’ve even heard that stuff happens off base to people that screw around on base. Lots of hills and brush near Camp Pendleton, Kaneohe, Cherry Point, 29 Palms, and Paris Island.
Let the sexual harassment lawsuits begin. That could be one way to keep them in line.
“I would like to know how the Marines intend to deal with predatory homosexuals.”
You’re comment as a whole, but this one in particular, would lead me to believe that this issue of homosexual rape is brand new to the Corps or will significantly rise due to the allowance of gays into the military. Because of this, it would also make me believe that you are currently and possibly never have been in the military. These situations have happened very often. Before the repeal of DADT there was a rise in male on male rape and it was almost worse than male on female rape. The Corps has dealt with this for a very long time and knows how to continue to deal with these situations. No one should be so naive about the Corps and it abilities or lack thereof to deal with problems within itself. This repeal did not happen on a whim, it was repealed with many considerations and many briefings... many, many briefings. Life will go on as normal within the Corps, the only difference is that no one will be punished for saying they are gay, that’s basically all the repeal has done. There always has been and always will be the rule of no sex in government buildings, which includes the barracks, no matter what gender and right now the Corps is not recognizing gay marriages, so they won’t be able to have a house together. Everyone should just stop the worrying and get on with their lives. I know the Corps has.