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They said it couldn't be done.
They said a man couldn't turn into a woman, then fight in front line combat as a woman, or as a man, or as a man-woman.
Well, we showed them, trans man-womans or woman-mans can now serve openly in the military -- and our country is stronger and better off for it -- thanks Obama!
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- President Barack Obama's Secretary of Defense Ash Carter officially announced that transgender individuals can now openly serve in the U.S. military.I can think of nothing better to ensure the strength of our military than allowing men who think they're women to dress as women and fight alongside their fellow man. This is truly a momentous achievement.
Last week, USA Today revealed that the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) was going to lift the ban on military service by transgender people.Thank god, this is a basic human right, currently being denied to our heroic soldiers due to bigoted bigots, racists, and xenophobic transo-phobes.
"The DoD policy announced today also establishes a construct by which service members may transition gender while serving, sets standards for medical care and outlines responsibilities for military services and commanders to develop and implement guidance, training and specific policies in the near and long-term," notes the Pentagon in statement announcing the change.I've been saying it for years, nothing will make our boys more prepared for combat than injections of female hormones.
Now, it's finally happening.
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