A colonel describes the disunity of a former squad with a gay soldier, and the bonding that followed once the 'problem' was dispatched. Ed Clayton describes his first kiss with a marine, and claims homosexual activity is rampant in the marines.
Brendan points to a childhood experience with a pedophile as the root toward his discomfort being around gays. An anonymous soldier believes too much attention is centered around the policy when there are more important issues to worry about.
Ed Clayton gives an account of his experiences in the military after being 'outed', from being threatened with 30 years jail time in Japan to his near-death experience on his day of discharge at Camp Pendleton.
Miriam Ben Shalom narrates the hardships of being an early gay rights activist following her exit from the military due to her sexual orientation. Al Cortez touts his reasons for refusing to serve with gays in the Navy.