Only six minutes left in the show. I wonder if they are removing this segment. I noticed this link on the ABC website and someone who earlier posted about this segment:http://abcnews.go.com/WhatWouldYouDo/gay-soldiers-harassed/story?id=12939285
"What bothers me about this 'what would you do segment' is the fact that no military member is suppose to show this type of behavior while in uniform, female/male, male/male, or female/female. When in uniform you are suppose to behave like a professional. When you get behind closed doors, no one cares what you do. It is inappropriate for any military member in uniform to act this way. Also, this segment adds to the perception that gay men in the military do not or will not abide by the rules when serving in the military. This segment is an insult to my intelligence for it will lead people to believe that homosexuals are incapable of serving in the military. It makes them look like idiots who have no control over their sexual urges. Gays have been serving in the military since the beginning of time. I served with them while I was in and didn't have a problem with it then, and still don't have a problem with it now. However, I worry about people who are gay being open with this fact in the military, for there are still too many people serving in the military with strange and morbid ideas about who homosexuals are and how they conduct themselves. It puts them at risk for others wanting to harm them. No one should have to be afraid of who they are based on the phobic ideas of someone else. Shame on you ABC news. Although you attempt to make a point with this segment, it feels more like a slap in the face to me and my fellow military veterans."