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"Fewer than 3 in 10 people ages 17 to 24 are fully qualified to join the Army. That means they have a high school diploma, have met aptitude test score requirements and fitness levels, and would not be barred for medical reasons, their sexual orientation or their criminal histories."Am I reading this correctly? Individuals are not qualified if they do not meet "sexual orientation" requirements?!Wouldn't this be private information?
I agree, how would they know your sexual orientation unless you tell them? And can you not sue the army is they deny you based on that? Is there a little box that you have to check off when signing up for the army; "Please check one of the following: 'Fag.' 'Dyke.' 'Straight-edge.'?" I realize the army has a history of descriminating against homosexuals, but are they legally allowed to do that now?
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