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    Re: My Co-ed Locker Room experience... I'm tired of living a lie!

    Here here.. That is one smart lass.

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    Re: My Co-ed Locker Room experience... I'm tired of living a lie!

    Quote Originally Posted by E4RUMOR View Post
    I am reminded of the words of Camille Anna Paglia. Paglia is an American teacher, lesbian, feminist, and social critic. Paglia, a self-described dissident feminist, has been a professor at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, since 1984. She wrote the following:

    "It is ridiculous to assert that gay men are interested only in other gay men and would never ogle straight men in barracks showers. When I heard this on TV I burst out laughing. Anyone who belongs to a health club knows better. Sexual tension and appraisal are constants, above all among gay men, who never stop cruising everything in sight. Seduction of straight studs is a highly erotic motif in gay porn."
    Sounds like silly, childish homophobia to me.

    Besides, if the fact that a gay guy sees your butt is the worst thing that ever happens to you in your life, you're a pretty lucky boy.

    I've shared showers and locker rooms with known lesbians. You'll survive, kids.
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    Re: My Co-ed Locker Room experience... I'm tired of living a lie!

    Quote Originally Posted by FuelShopTech View Post
    Sounds like silly, childish homophobia to me.

    Besides, if the fact that a gay guy sees your butt is the worst thing that ever happens to you in your life, you're a pretty lucky boy.

    I've shared showers and locker rooms with known lesbians. You'll survive, kids.
    LOL!

    That reminds me of that Chaplin who wrote the famous "eye-candy" letter to Stars and Stripes back in 2009. He pretty much confirmed my suspicion that chaplains are tools...

    Respect heterosexuals’ rights

    I have a question I wish someone would answer regarding the drive to allow homosexuals to serve openly in our military: Will the rights of heterosexuals to have privacy be preserved?

    As a heterosexual man, I know what it’s like to have a healthy sex drive. Thus I feel I can safely assume that a homosexual male would be sexually aroused by those with whom he lives and showers. So, what do you say to a warrior who objects to being housed with, or having to shower with, openly homosexual servicemembers? Is the answer going to be: "You’re homophobic! You need to get over it and just let people be who they are!"?

    In other words, do I, as a heterosexual male, have a right to privacy in terms of who is allowed to live in close quarters and shower with me? If not, what about our females? Currently the military (for the most part), segregates its males and females in terms of living conditions, showers and bathrooms. If, in the name of freedom of choice, we allow homosexuals to live with and shower with heterosexual males, would we be able to stop a heterosexual male from demanding he be allowed to live and shower with the females? If we are committed to consistency, should we not then tell any women who might object to such arrangements, "Don’t be so heterophobic! Get over it. Just let people be who they are!"?

    Of course I’m not advocating unisex living conditions. But if we change the current policy I don’t see how we can stop it from happening. So I ask: Do heterosexuals have a right to not be "eye candy" for homosexuals in showers and bedrooms?

    Chaplain (Capt.) Erik Gramling
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    http://www.stripes.com/opinion/letters-to-the-editor-for-tuesday-march-10-2009-1.90152



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