Gays in the US military: Does "don't ask don't tell" impair (yes) or improve (no) recruiting?

  • It helps to improve recruiting.

    Don't ask don't tell can actually help improve the recruiting process for the military because no one has to be afraid of being ousted or being rejected on the base of their sexual preference. This allows people not to be feel judged or the fear of a honorable or dishonorable discharge to affect their ability to serve in the army.

  • Sexuality should not be a factor

    Sexuality should not be a factor in determining a soldier's worth. If the US military wants to create a strong and functional unit they need to abolish any type of prejudice- and perhaps starting first in the recruitment is a good option, but it also needs to be active within the social structure of the Military as well.

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