According to a new study just released by military experts, there has been no harm or repercussions following the repeal of the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy.
“Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” was the ban that prohibited gay and lesbian members of the military from serving openly.
According to the study, allowing members of the armed forces to be open about their sexual orientation works and has caused no disruption to those who wish to come out nor to those who are serving with openly gay soldiers.
As the one year mark approaches since the historic repeal was passed, the Joint Chiefs also report no real complaints.
Strike one up in the win column for the gays!