The report quoted the adverse sentiments of a number of service members who participated in focus groups where they indicated they did not want to have to shower, use the bathroom or roommate with homosexuals.
“I live in the barracks and I don’t think that it would go over well in that kind of environment,” one service member told a DOD focus group. “I’m concerned about how people would treat that individual.”
“In the privacy side of the thing, they’ll have to make some changes to the current infrastructure, [for example] privacy stalls in the bathrooms,” said another service member.
“I do not have to shower or sleep in a room with men so I do not want to shower or sleep in the same room as a woman who is homosexual,” said a female service member. “I would feel uncomfortable changing and sleeping as I would if it was a man in the room. I should not have to accept this.”
“Tell him if he hits on me I will kick his - - -!” said another service member who participated in a DOD focus group.
Luckily, when I was in the Navy back in the 50's, I never experienced any problems with gays. If there were gay sailors, they kept to themselves and didn't bother anyone or at least they didn't bother with me, thank God. I like the way it was before and I don't understand why the government is trying to force everyone to accept the gay lifestyle. I believe there will be a lot of resistance to serving with gays and unfortunately, some of it may become violent. I'm totally against any violence of any kind and I pray that all remain calm. God has intervened before with a crisis like this and He surely will again! In His time, of course! A correction of conscious is needed for this world to survive. Come, Holy Spirit!