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Gay Troops March in Gay Pride Parade in Military Uniform

micah17 Wrote: Jul 23, 2012 10:42 AM
I agree that "gays" can change to living what you define as a "normal" life which is what is socially acceptable and one of my best friends who is gay got married (to a woman) and has two wonderful kids but IMHO I still think he is gay. Most gays that I have known are not the flamboyant kind you see on TV. Most are just down to earth people who are attracted to the same sex. I personally don't understand how gay person could "choose" to be gay due to only 9% of the population being gay. Why would anyone choose to limit their potential choices of a mate and be socially rejected?

Gay U.S. service members marched in the San Diego gay pride parade over the weekend fully decked out in their military issued uniforms.

Some of the loudest cheers Saturday at San Diego's gay pride parade were for active-duty troops marching in military dress, the first time that U.S. service members participated in such an event while in full uniform.

Dozens of soldiers, sailors, and Marines marched alongside an old Army truck decorated with a "Freedom to Serve" banner and a rainbow flag. They were joined by dozens more military personnel in civilian clothes,...