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Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell Doesn’t Need To Exist

Updated on July 11, 2008

Mitt Romney (That's "Guy Smiley" for those of you who read my blogs) will not admit or understand obviously but a recent study conducted by four retired military officers concluded that "allowing gays and lesbians to serve openly is unlikely to pose any significant risk to morale, good order, discipline or cohesion." Yeah, for most of us we knew that all ready but this study tells us what we all ready know, "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" doesn't need to exist - Don't Get Me Started!

Personally I just think everyone's a little too worried about their own foxhole when it comes to this issue (if you know what I mean, and I know that you do). What you never hear is that not all gay men and women think about sex as much as their straight counterparts would like to think that they do. (I know, disappointing, right?) And more to the point, guess what straightees? Just because you have a dick doesn't mean I want it in me, near me or even close to my vicinity. What a lot of the guys who have problems with gays think is that we all "want them." My, my how you flatter yourself with your less than flat stomachs, constant belching and ball scratching. Oh make no mistake about it straightee that makes you really hot (insert eye roll and thought, "to who I'm sure I don't know but not to me").

And don't start with the whole thing about gays being in close quarters with straights causing a problem thing because unlike most adolescent straight men (and the grown men who still act like adolescents), you're going to have to do a lot more than just be in close proximity of me in order to get me heated up for you.

What never fails to amaze me is why people are so threatened by us. When they call us names like, "pansy" and "fag" it would seem to me that they are painting us the weaker of our sex so you mean to tell me that even if we did make advances that the big, bad straightee couldn't defend himself? (Although I have to say if the thought process is that gays are some sort of wimps they have it all wrong. Have you ever seen two gays beat the crap out of each other? You'd be amazed how cage fighty it gets in seconds (without the Go Go boots). Perhaps they think like the religious leaders who say that we "recruit" "train" and "hypnotize" people into being gay. Frankly I don't have the energy to act like some sort of Kreskin Cave Man, clubbing straight men over their heads, planting subconscious suggestions in their minds as I'm dragging them back to my cave to train them to suck my dick. It's all too much bother if you ask me and in the end a gay man can do it better and clean up afterwards anyway.

I hate to pull the Jew card here but I will - I find it amazing that one of the toughest armies in the world, Israel's, let's gays in without so much as a bat of the eye. And one of the world's most civilized, the British do too but us Americans are once again more hung up on keeping the fa├žade of family life in the 1950's (which by the way, only existed on television in black and white) rather than looking at the reality of the situation.

Look I know I'm not saying anything here that anyone doesn't already know but let's face it, the only reason for this blog was so that I could print the line, "everyone's worried about their own foxhole" - it makes me smile (a devilish smile). "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" doesn't need to exist - Don't Get Me Started!

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    • feenix profile image

      feenix 6 years ago

      Hello, somelikeitscott,

      Well, "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" is a moot point now. Obama has signed it away. However, the truth is, "gays in the military" was not that big of a deal until Bill Clinton used it as campaign ploy.

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      Nicole Canfield 6 years ago from the Ether

      voted up and awesome. very true and i 100% agree with you. i don't understand closed-mindedness and i probably never will.

    • calebd profile image

      calebd 8 years ago from Newark

      Amen. Agreed. Great line. This is stuff that needs to be said and heard.

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      Stacie Naczelnik 9 years ago from Seattle

      Hey, it's a great line. I'm going to steal it from you.