Barney Frank Asked if Gay Men Should Be Allowed to Shower With Straight Men — Gee, I Wonder What His Answer Was

Barack Obama signed the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell repeal this morning — time to hit the showers, fellas!

From The Blaze:

Not allowing gay military personnel to shower with straight military peronnel would be “discrimination.” That’s the position of Rep. Barney Frank (D-MA), an openly gay member of Congress who is a proponent of banishing the military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy.

Frank told CNSNews.com that the idea that people might be concerned over gays and straights showering together, and the possible disruption it could case, is a “silly issue.”

In that case, Barney would think I’m very discriminatory, because I don’t want to shower with any men.

If it’s discriminatory to forbid gay men from showering with straight men, does that mean it’s discriminatory to keep straight men from showering with women? God I hope so.

Author: Doug Powers

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