Skip to comments.Artist documents same-sex military couples in new photo project
Posted on 09/22/2012 5:29:31 PM PDT by Salman
This fall, Tatjana Plitt, an artist from Australia, is working to document these gay and lesbian service members, who for the first time can publicly express their love and commitment to their husbands, wives, or partners. She's touring much of the East coast from September through December to photograph same-sex military couples, and eventually, she'd like to include a collection of the photos in art galleries or a photo book.
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Proving once more that they don’t want equality, they want attention.
huh?! being gay is an art form? ok. whatever.
Is this project being funded by our tax money?
My “Top Ten Books I Would Never Ever Buy!” list will have to be adjusted when it’s published.
Or is this just another exhibition of homosexual narcissism?
No, just an expression of “In your Face” gloating and propaganda pushing.
...from the military training accompanying the overturn of DADT in the military: “sexual preference is a personal and private choice” blah blah blah.
Well won’t this just underscore what a serious fighting machine the US military is. I mean, showing how “tolerant” and “loving” even our fighting forces must be of deviancy and perversion is what it’s really all about, right?
They’ll bring a whole new meaning to the “sharp end”.
What kind of hat and uniform is the guy in the lower photo wearing?
May God have mercy on our nation.
I keep marveling how useful this information is, for when control of the militar turns over in a serious way. I see a lot of other-than-honorable discharges in our futuresaving the taxpayers all kinds of money in benefits, pensions, and so on.
But I guess 0bummer doesn't care, and the homo activist people don't care. All these nice, sick servicemen and (mostly) women are shilling for them, and who cares what happens to them?
Er...that dog doesn’t look none too happy either.
Well isn’t that special. Well, IF the day ever comes, God willing, when this nonsense foisted on us by a lame duck congress and the Obama administration is reversed, THEN we will already have a pretty good idea of where to look for those to remove from military service.
I know.....wishful thinking. However, Bachmann, at least, promised to reverse the repeal of DADT....one never knows.
These homosexuals have nothing to fear.
I do not see anything even approaching the political will required to reverse this. Romney supported DADT repeal, the current House and Senate do not have the cojones to even mention the issue. To be honest, I have some skepticism that even a 100% Republican Congress would reinstate DADT. Even if they did, it would likely include exemption for currently serving homosexuals.
If Obama wins we are guaranteed 4 years of nothing being done, if Romney wins we are guaranteed 8 years of nothing being done. If we ever get someone like Santorum to be President it will be an incredibly difficult battle to get Congress to even consider return to DADT.
“I see a lot of other-than-honorable discharges in our futuresaving the taxpayers all kinds of money in benefits, pensions, and so on.”
I will settle for them being removed from military service....where they don’t belong.
And it is dangerous to allow it freely in our military.
“May God have mercy on our nation.”
May He have mercy on the people, and deliver them from their oppressors.
Once again, the military is being used by leftist social engineers as a bridge to force what they can’t accomplish by other means of normal sociatal acceptance. It’s all leading to federal legalization of homosexual marriage with all the benefits that brings. The 1%< dead ender fringe homosexuals of this nation will shriek and scream until they get their way, then they’ll work on normalizing pedophelia.
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