Human Rights? Whats that?
On September 20th 2011 the United States passed the DADT policy regarding gay lesbian of homosexual military personnel. The dont ask don't tell prohibited members of the military to harassing or discriminating homosexuals, bisexuals gay or lesbian that were closeted. Sounds good right? Not so much...
While the act does protect these members from discrimination it only protects those who have not come out about their sexual decision. The DAST prohibits people who "demonstrate a propensity or intent to engage in homosexual acts" from working in the army. Their reason for this is because if they allowed it it would "question the morals" of the military. The overlaying question is, does this endanger our rights as human beings?