Sexual behavior within the military (between service members) outside marriage is generally considered a violation of the code of conduct. Heterosexual or homosexual interaction is subject to the code of conduct rules and could result in dismissal.
Now that DADT has passed, how long will it be before a homosexual service member caught in a sexual act with another service person who is not their legal "partner" files a lawsuit against the military,–probably prompted by some activist left wing lawyer–based on violations of the Matthew Shepard (Pentagon Funding) hate speech law?
Can they resist? The LGBTQ community loves to try and "make a point." So is this bound to happen, and if so how will the military and congress respond?
Will this force a change in the code of conduct, redefining sexual harassment rules, lead further to the destruction of marriage? Result in a push for nationalizing gay marriage as a ‘rights’ issue for military personnel…Or will nothing change at all?