ANSWERS: 3
  • It will simplify things. I don't know what its like to be transgender, thank God! But I would think it would be a far more difficult life in the military than as a civilian. And they do already have a very selective process for the Academy. I'm concerned that 'a few good men' may be screened out, but the best probably would seek civilian jobs with better pay anyway. The thing is if they wouldn't go around screaming to the world look at me I'm a tranny it probably never would have been an issue. The same goes for any religion, sexual orientation, race, color, Just be who you are, but don't shove it in people's faces and use it as an excuse for people not to like you. Maybe they don't like you because of how you act, what you say, who you are! 10% of people aren't going to like you no matter what you do or don't do so don't assume its for any other reason and you won't be offended!
    • Archie Bunker
      I think the thing that most people don't realize about the military is that you have no right to join. People can be excluded for a great many reasons.
    • Linda Joy
      And are. Sometimes I'm shocked at who they let in! Like when they tried to draft Ali and at the time he was technically mentally retarded! But back then they were down to the most desperate levels. And there is a great difference between Officer training and drafted enlisted. They are able to be very selective now.
    • Archie Bunker
      As they should be. Anything that degrades our military's effectiveness needs to go.
  • thats up to thern
  • Agree...It's a step forward.

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