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This article by John P. and Mark C. Williams was posted in June 1999. This is a compilation of the most important and interesting articles, stories, and reviews on the gay Marine.

By John P. Williams

The gay Marine is a unique breed, one that is not a single breed, but a group of individuals who live, work, and enjoy their lives together in the Marines. Most gay men don't consider themselves "gay," which is just a synonym for "faggot," but it is more accurate to call them "males who want to be men." Although the phrase "gay Marine" is somewhat derogatory, it should not be interpreted that way. The majority of gay males consider themselves "gay Marines." The Marines have a tradition of honoring the service and sacrifice of the gay Marine, and have given gay Marines the same respect and dignity that they receive from the rest of the Marine Corps. It is important to keep this in mind, because the following list is a guide to help the reader better understand what a gay Marine is, and how he is treated. A gay Marine is anyone who american single girls has ever considered himself to be a man but has been "outed" as gay in a military setting.

There is a very strong link between being gay and being gay Marines. One of the most common reasons that gay males are called out in the military is that they are "outed" by their mates. Most of the Marines will not openly admit they are gay, but they have been "outed." Often the reason for this "outing" is a misunderstanding of what the gay Marine actually is. It may be that a Marine's "outing" is simply a response to a misunderstanding, or it may be that they are merely being asked to leave the ship because of their orientation. However, the most common reason for being "outed" is because they have had their sexual orientation discovered, either by another man, their own mate, or an officer. In the military, "outed" means being a part of a group known as the "don't ask, don't tell" program. In order to join , you have to answer a series of questions about your sexual orientation and to provide proof that you are not a danger to the national security of the United States of America. In order to "out," you must be discharged from the service and are forced to prison pen pals georgia leave the unit. The process of being "outed" can be as humiliating and unpleasant as it is for gay men. In some cases, it is so traumatic that the Marines have made it a policy not to disclose the sexual orientation of any of their personnel. Some Marines go out of their way to prevent a fellow Marine from coming out. For instance, the Marine's "gay buddy" and gay lover, Charlie Sheen, was not allowed to come out. He was only allowed to give his number for the Marine's wife and family members to call in the event he needed any help with his personal problems.

Other times, homosexual Marines chatroom irani have been turned away at enlistment centers. These men, in many cases, were rejected by their own fellow marines because they would not come out to the general public. Some of them were forced to hide their orientation and were sometimes even forced to remain in the closet.

In the Marine Corps, there are homosexual service members who are openly gay and those who are closeted, but tattooed guys the majority of the Marines are not. Some of the homosexuals who are in the military today are now serving in the United States Navy. This does not mean that the Navy and Marine Corps are accepting of homosexuals. If a Marine is on active duty, he can come out to his unit or his unit's leaders and ask for a transfer out of the military. But if he is still serving and wants to go back to the Marine Corps, he would have to reclassify himself to be able to be deployed to another unit. But the Marine Corps still has a policy against homosexuality and homosexuals who have been found guilty of gay sexual conduct are barred from being in the Marine Corps. Marine Corps officials also have said that if a Marine who is gay decides to single chat online serve the military, he will have to go through the same process as any other veteran, which includes reclassifying himself to keep him out of harm's way. The Marines did not start discriminating against gays before they became a military service. A study by the Defense Personnel Office of thailand cupid dating the Department of Defense (DOD) found that there is a "large disparity" between the rates of homosexuality in the military and the population as a whole. The DOD found that about 19% of troops and 11% of veterans have same-sex attractions. Marine officials did not respond to an interview request for this story. But a report released by the DOD in December said that there was no reason to believe that gays and lesbians were being held back from joining the military. Marine officials also said that when the Marines make a decision on whether a gay service member would be allowed to serve, they would follow a process similar to that for other service members who are facing the same issues. Marine officials said that if a Marine who is gay decides to serve his country, he or she would first be asked whether the individual would want to serve and what the services' views are on that. Marine officials say that as long as that person wants to be a Marine having a boyfriend in the army and continues to live the military values, he or she is not "put off" by the question and can serve. The military has strict rules that prohibit "homosexuality or homosexual acts" and "homosexual orientation" on its website. A U.