I got no prollem with queers in the service, so long as nobody gets charged with hate crimes when they beat the shit out of one who wouldn't take no for an answer.
So your saying that if we let homosexuals into the armed forces, they will attempt to have sex with their comrades, going so far as to attempt to rape them? Why don't we ban heterosexuals? There are cases where a solider raped his female comrade before.
I had that happen to me several times and know of others who had it happen to them -- the queer just wouldn't back off.
I've been hit on by some gay guys before, and I said "I'm flattered but I'm straight." They then left and I continued talking with friends and he went somewhere else. No problem, just like when a girl hit on me and I had to explain I was engaged.
Camille Paglia makes it clear that queers (men) and lizzies (women) aren't the same.
What's a lizzie?
Queerness always and everywhere is about sex, and in quantities beyond the imagination of most straight men.
And there is no sex in lesbian or straight relationships?
It isn't unusual for a queer to have over a thousand sexual partners over a period of a year or two, and two or three a night, night in and night out.
[Citation Needed] on saying that the average gay man has over a thousand partners in a year or two. I doubt that someone would even have that in a lifetime.
Lizzieness is seldom about sex, but rather about emotional comfort.
So lizards don't have a lot of sex? Or are you saying that lesbians don't have sex? If the latter, then you should know that all romantic relationships involve at least some degree of sexual attraction.
The two -- queerness and lizzieness -- are about as antipodal as it's possible to be. Each takes a fundamental aspect of humanity -- sex on the one hand, emotional comfort on the other -- to an extreme that is not normal.
All people are different sexually. I know a guy who'd put Quagmire to shame for the number of partners he has, and I know a guy who is celibate out of choice and everywhere in between for both heterosexuals and homosexuals.