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“Part of it is the idea that, ‘Maybe [gays] are seeing something in me that I don’t want to admit is in me,” says University of Mississippi psychologist Dan Landis, who has worked with the military on equal-opportunity matters over the past 20 years.The military exalts masculinity in ways that are frankly or implicitly sexual.Military men seem to fear that those feelings could turn the barracks into seething love nests. “Romantic interests, even if unconsummated, would shatter the bonds that add up to unit cohesion.” The authors thus invoked a reigning myth of the current debate, which sees the ideal of virtuous male bonding threatened by ungovernable homosexual lusts. Homosexuality remains exotic and forbidding terrain for most servicemen.“With openly gay and heterosexual personnel together, sexual tension would fester 24 hours a day,” says a recent op-ed page piece written by Bernard E. Many have never known a gay man or woman and can barely imagine what their lives are like.Yet their own off-base conduct may not be that different.Zeeland’s book, for instance, describes an informal network of gay American GIs and civilians based in Frankfurt, Germany, shortly before the Gulf War.

Drag shows: Afloat, some of the rituals are even more bizarre, like the Dionysian initiation rites, including simulated acts of sodomy, that sailors may undergo for their first equator crossing.

“It is not surprising that they would seek out...pleasures they might not even have dared think of [back home].”There is, in fact, an undercurrent of homoerotic tension in the shared latrines, shower rooms and sleeping quarters of barracks life.

GIs get used to the loss of privacy soon enough, but not perhaps, to the enforced physical intimacy.

But no solution can do more than paper over an uncomfortable reality of life in the trenches: that the male bonding so prized by military commanders—the willingness to die for one’s buddies—can engender another kind of closeness as well.

Many GIs recognize homosexual leanings for the first time in the all-male surroundings.