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I WALK UP to the bar at the Lucky Lady Night Club and order a Bud Light. He looks like such an innocent, this leatherneck from small-town New Hampshire. “If one of those guys came on to me, I would have hit ’em with it,” he says. It hasn’t always been easy for soldiers to visit Friends Lounge.
Immediately, the woman on the next stool drops her hand, landing it square on my thigh. I walk to the front of the lounge, where a handful of the 45,000 Marines from Camp Lejeune play pool. He wears pink and black Spandex running shorts that peek through the gaping tears in his blue jeans. As he says these hateful words, I look into his blue eyes and see something beyond the anger. The Naval Investigative Service has parked outside and copied license-plate numbers.
“No place.” I ask why, and he looks at me like I just asked why the sun rises every morning. ” I ask him about the incident that drew me to this macho coastal city. 30, police arrested three Camp Lejeune Marines for beating a gay man outside a bar in Wilmington, N. According to some witnesses, the Marines were shouting, “Fag, you should die! ” as they fractured the victim’s skull and knocked out a tooth. He warned me that if Clinton persists in “tarnishing” the Marine Corps by lifting the military ban on homosexuals, the Wilmington beating will seem like a friendly neighborhood rumble. Why does it scare you so much to serve next to a gay man? Just like the guys charged with last month’s beatings. “Isn’t this wonderful that there has been an issue that has galvanized the American people? “It’s the point of conversation everywhere you go,” Lafreniere had told me. Everyone feels the same.” I pull off Lejeune Boulevard into the parking lot of a white cinderblock building.
“There’s no place in our corps for queers,” he says. I’d take my stripes and turn them in and get out.” He’s never met a gay soldier, to his knowledge. But one night he and his buddies went to a club in Wilmington, and he didn’t realize they were the only straight men there. “You hate somebody so bad, when you’re there, you’re just uncomfortable.” THE LATE AFTERNOON HOST ON WJNC-AM has a happy-talk voice and an easy rapport with her listeners. She’s talking about how wrong it would be to allow lesbians and gay men into the military.
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