Don't Ask, Do Tell

New Mobile App Makes It Easier For Gay Servicemen To Get Serviced

Now that “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” has been repealed, military gays can start asking and telling as much as they want. Capitalizing on this newfound freedom, Outmilitary.com has launched the first mobile hook-up app for the men and women of the armed forces.

“While gay service members no longer have to violate their oath of honesty and integrity in order to serve, knowing who is gay on base or aboard ship can be nearly impossible,” Outmilitary.com creator John McKinnon told Virtual Strategy Magazine. “Now, the app gives them a powerful tool to find and connect with one another right on their smartphone, they can literally ‘see’ other gay service members on their base, ship, wherever.”

So basically take Grindr, put it in a uniform and call it a gay. The app is available for iPhones, iPads and Android devices and comes in 16 languages including English, Spanish and Chinese. Because whether abroad or at home, the libido wants what the libido wants.

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