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A group of friends from a military base in the Texas Panhandle are dating for two months. They've been planning this date for years. But when a recruiter at the Air Force recruiting station in San Antonio called, they had no idea what was coming.
"We had a date with a girl who wanted to come visit us, but when she asked to meet our parents, she was turned down," recalls a friend, who asked not to be identified by name. "So we were in tears. I thought it was because the girl had some bad intentions. But after about an hour, the girl showed up. Her parents were very upset."
The friend, who was at the recruiting station for a military orientation, says that it seems like there is a "bias" against gay men in the Air Force. The recruiter told the friend that he had spoken with a recruiter and that a male-only orientation would be introduced. But in the meantime, the woman was invited to a homecoming dance, which was only open to single chat online her and her closest friends, she says. The friend also says that he and his friends were encouraged by the recruiter to wear the traditional garb, including cowboy hats and berets.
The Air Force has denied any prejudice, saying tattooed guys it is a place where members are encouraged to be "friendly and inclusive to all people." The military has also said that there is no bias against gay members. But, the friend says, there is this one little problem, "a bias."
"It's all about being 'American," he says. "They're taught that they should be able to wear whatever they want. This country is made up of all sorts of different colors, nationalities, nationalities. They're taught that people are different. The recruiter's job is to promote that diversity."
The friend says that he was in the Army for two years, before he came out, and that he was never discriminated against. But, he says, there were other issues, including chatroom irani being told to speak Arabic. He also says that the Army never offered him the chance to transfer to another unit because he was gay. He now works in private industry.
The Army says they never told him that he couldn't become a chaplain and that he never asked for it.
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