If DADT Is Repealed, Should 2 Married Gay Soldiers Get to Live Together?

SOUNDBITES — “The only issue I can see is the housing. The barracks in garrison as well as while deployed. I don’t think you could house a gay soldier with a straight one anymore than you could house a straight male with a straight female. Something is going to have to be figured out. Either the army makes single rooms for everyone, or the army as a hole will have to stop being concerned about people having sex.” AND: “Last deployment you had the grumbles of single soldiers who thought a deployed (married) couple should not have a CHU together. Do we allow two gay single soldiers share a CHU now?” —Two anonymously posted concerns (the first from a self-identified “current soldier,” the second from an Iraq vet) about the practical implications of a DADT repeal