Gay bi or curious

#1
Does anyone have any problems with gays in the army.
my room mate once said whats the difference between a boys mouth and a girls mouth. exactly.
 
#2
Someone with far more intelligence than me once said;

'Men don't like taking showers with men who like taking showers with men'. I'd agree with that.

I've no major drama, then again I joined up when it was still regarded as a crime leading to nick and discharge (from the army!, stop it now!); and so am of a generation that had to change their attitude from 'f**king poof deserves a kicking' to 'Live and let live'.

Each to his/her own, but you must always take the wishes of the majority into account first.
 
#4
The main concern seems to be "Stay away from my arse you F**kin ponce!!" Which seems to be a strange way of questioning your own sexuality. I do believe that live and let live is the only viable attitude now as almost all of us will be working with someone who is still in the closet so to say, and probably have been for years without ever worrying about it. Let em get on with it I say, 'cept if its girls then can I watch???
 
#5
Another problem being that deep blue is so far in the closet he's in f**kin Narnia :wink:
 
#6
I have never f**ked Narnia.....or her sister!! Its a very big closet and its very dark in here..........
 
#7
During my tours with Tactical Comms Wing, I have visited many army fixed hilltop sites. An abiding memory will always be those lycra clad Radio Relay techs working out together in the weights room.


Their bodies always seemed to have a glint of baby oil about them

I'm sure there was nothing untoward, and certainly not in the workshops in 264 either!!
 
#8
Wrong wrong wrong wrong.!!

I fully understand that the Army isn't a democracy but the Government of the day IS. The majority is every thing. The majority say NO them NO it is.

White light, white light (POW)
 
#9
It strikes me that if you proffer anything less than a wholehearted embrace for every minority or single issue group you are homophobic or racist.

This sentiment straight from the JSEOTC (Joint Service Equal Opportunities Centre). A heterosexual guy who objects to sharing a room with a homosexual guy is being prejudicial to the him, as is anyone who supports his objection or moves him to another room.

Perhaps I misunderstood the ethos of our current policies but I thought it meant respect for everybodies rights and privacy provided that it did'nt impact on operational effectiveness. Does this include heterosexuals as well?
 
#10
It all comes down to confidence.

Could be confidence in your personalities to handle the challenge, could be confidence in which you were told which is the only way you'd have found out.

I'm quite confident that no self respecting gay man would fancy my arse. :lol:

Some of you may be displaying some arrogance thinking you're fanciable to these members of our Army :twisted:

TTFN

Fat Blerk
 
#11
Being a bum bandit used to be illegal. Just because a load of poofs bleat on about their right to put their pr**s up each other ARRSEs it becomes legal. Why stop there? If the necrophiliacs or paedos make enough noise, will the EU Court of Human Rights make that legal too??

Filthy perverts.....should all be used for mine clearance and bomb disposal.
 
#12
If a straight soldier is offended by sharing a room with a gay soldier, then that is acceptable. When will the day come when a gay soldier is offended by sharing a room with a straight soldier?
In years gone by we all accepted that gay female soldiers were barracked together (whole squadrons at a time). Will this ever come to the same scenario with male soldiers? Will the same be acceptable?

My poop shoot is exit only
 
#14
NOt to sure about this issue,

I dont think i would like to live in the same room as a poof,

What happens when ya have had one to many wife beaters and pass out in your room... prob have a very sore arse int he morning!!

Its morally wrong.

but then again theres been poof for years, just look at the navy!!
 
#15
disneyworld said:
Does anyone have any problems with gays in the army.
my room mate once said whats the difference between a boys mouth and a girls mouth. exactly.
Not much difference in the mouth dept. but their knackers are distinctly dissimiliar. :roll:
 
#16
:D Having had my fingers burnt by Bowman (Moderator) for putting non-signals crap on this forum should this not be moved to the Naafi or is it just selective measures been taken ?

:twisted:

Does tri-curious mean Im into animals as well ?? :twisted:
 
#17
Given that it is pretty much inevitable that gay couples will soon be allowed to share MQs and get the rights of married couples, there shouldn't be a problem with living with one? Straight unmarried couples shouldn't hold their breath waiting for the same treatment though.

Shared a 4 room with a poof once, just made sure that we picked up all the AIDs awareness publlications we could get our hands on, played lots of Queen music whilst making statements about how tragic it was that Freddie died so young and how absolutely awful and inpain he looked in those last days. Would probably face Courts Martial for it now? :twisted:

POI Does homophobic not actually mean you dislike people? :?
 
#19
Benjaminw1 said:
far2young2die said:
POI Does homophobic not actually mean you dislike people? :?
No it means you are afraid of shirtlifters :roll:
Thought Homo meant Human (or Man) in latin? So homophobic means you are afraid of people? Why not bumbanditsyndrome? :?
 
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#20
far2young2die said:
Benjaminw1 said:
far2young2die said:
POI Does homophobic not actually mean you dislike people? :?
No it means you are afraid of shirtlifters :roll:
Thought Homo meant Human (or Man) in latin? So homophobic means you are afraid of people? Why not bumbanditsyndrome? :?
Good point, I bow to your scintilating Intellect :)
 

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