coolarmydude saidI recently wondered about what would happen if a legally married gay active duty couple sought on post/base family housing or Basic Housing Allowance with dependant rate (spouse) and had to divulge the fact that they were gay, which is contrary to the policy of DADT. It's a catch 22! We lose!
Like the other guy said, such a union is a violation of the armed force's policy in regard to homosexuality. In fact, there shouldn't be any same-sex relationship happening at all, or sex. Like I've said before, the policy clearly states that it is not to occur in private or otherwise, off base or on, while a person is serving in the armed forces.
You have to remain single, never participate in any gay sexual activity, and never tell anyone that you have a homosexual orientation. That is the armed force's policy in regard to homosexuality.
It's not just about acknowledging you are gay. You aren't suppose to be having any gay relations either.