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As of last week, same-sex couples with a partner in the military can now wed on base with a chaplain – but not without a few restrictions.
The ceremony has to be in a state where same-sex marriage is legally recognized and the chaplain’s religious affiliation permits clergy to officiate.
This comes after the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell. Benefits will still not change much.
According to USA Today, existing standards of conduct including showing public displays of affection will continue regardless of orientation.
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“There are a number of Republicans, even those are against LGBT equality, who do accept that fact that the Virginia state code books should say what is the law and not what isn’t the law…”
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