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22nd Jul '17 8:46:20 PM TheWanderer
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** Also, if a [[NewMeat new enlistee]] comes onboard and exhibits homophobic behavior, many crews have have been known to turn this trope UpToEleven and have the entire crew trolling the newcomer until they either get over the homophobia or break under the strain of being tormented by the entire crew acting as camp as possible.
4th Jul '17 10:10:01 AM nombretomado
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* TheOtherWiki's page on "Sex in the American Civil War" notes that while no Union army soldiers were disciplined for homosexual activity, "three pairs of Union Navy sailors" were.

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* TheOtherWiki's Wiki/TheOtherWiki's page on "Sex in the American Civil War" notes that while no Union army soldiers were disciplined for homosexual activity, "three pairs of Union Navy sailors" were.
2nd Jul '17 7:58:56 PM AirofMystery
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* TheOtherWiki's page on "Sex in the American Civil War" notes that while no Union army soldiers were disciplined for homosexual activity, "three pairs of Union Navy sailors" were.
18th Mar '17 12:48:20 PM nombretomado
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* Played for laughs in {{NationStates}}. An issue about gays in the military has four options: Ban gays from serving at all (suggested by an army chaplain), allow gays to serve openly (suggested by an air force pilot), allow gays to serve, but not openly (suggested by a marine in your personal bodyguard), and allow only gays to serve (suggested by the captain of a destroyer).

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* Played for laughs in {{NationStates}}.Website/NationStates. An issue about gays in the military has four options: Ban gays from serving at all (suggested by an army chaplain), allow gays to serve openly (suggested by an air force pilot), allow gays to serve, but not openly (suggested by a marine in your personal bodyguard), and allow only gays to serve (suggested by the captain of a destroyer).
9th Mar '17 2:10:42 AM LondonKdS
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** Memorably recorded by Music/IggyPop as "Asshole Rules the Navy" on the modern sea shanty covers album ''Son of Rogues Gallery''.



* The infamous BawdySong "So What" (covered by Music/{{Metallica}}) has two guys performing SerialEscalation telling the nasty stuff they did. The first one is "Well, Ive been to Hastings, and Ive been to Brighton, I've been to Eastbourne too". All are coastal cities, and the same guy later says "I've even sucked an old man's cock", so that might be an allusion to the Navy's habits...

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* The infamous BawdySong "So What" (covered What", originally by Music/{{Metallica}}) British punk band The Anti-Nowhere League, and one of a tiny number of sound recordings ever declared criminally obscene by the British courts, later covered by Music/{{Metallica}}, has two guys performing SerialEscalation telling the nasty stuff they did. The first one is "Well, Ive been to Hastings, and Ive been to Brighton, I've been to Eastbourne too". All are coastal cities, and the same guy later says "I've even sucked an old man's cock", so that might be an allusion to the Navy's habits...
7th Mar '17 12:58:54 PM WillKeaton
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-->-- misattributed to '''UsefulNotes/WinstonChurchill''', and unwittingly inspiring a name for an album by Music/ThePogues.

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-->-- misattributed Misattributed to '''UsefulNotes/WinstonChurchill''', and unwittingly inspiring a name for an album by Music/ThePogues.
20th Feb '17 9:57:25 PM TroperBeDoper
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* Openly gay Gus from ''WesternAnimation/MissionHill'' quite enjoyed his navy days.
-->'''Gus:''' Three squares a day and all the gay sex you could handle.
6th Jan '17 7:28:03 AM SeptimusHeap
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It's a lonely life in the Navy. Outside {{prison|Rape}} or [[SchoolgirlLesbians single-gender schools]], probably the most well-known version of SituationalSexuality is in the naval service. For years, men would be left alone together on ships for weeks on end, as female sailors served in a very limited capacity if at all (this is slowly changing). Sexual needs had to be met somehow and that meant a lot of men turned to one another for comfort. This has led to sailors (or [[{{Pun}} sea]] [[FreudWasRight men]] of any stripe) becoming sex symbols among gay men. Definitely TruthInTelevision on occasion, and in fiction, a common subtrope of the ManlyGay and StraightGay types. Pretty much OlderThanSteam.

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It's a lonely life in the Navy. Outside {{prison|Rape}} or [[SchoolgirlLesbians single-gender schools]], probably the most well-known version of SituationalSexuality is in the naval service. For years, men would be left alone together on ships for weeks on end, as female sailors served in a very limited capacity if at all (this is slowly changing). Sexual needs had to be met somehow and that meant a lot of men turned to one another for comfort. This has led to sailors (or [[{{Pun}} sea]] [[FreudWasRight men]] seamen of any stripe) becoming sex symbols among gay men. Definitely TruthInTelevision on occasion, and in fiction, a common subtrope of the ManlyGay and StraightGay types. Pretty much OlderThanSteam.
24th Dec '16 12:19:25 AM Abodos
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* The subtext of the Music/VillagePeople song "In the Navy". Just remember what "subtext" is an anagram for! Hilariously, this song was originally recorded as the theme for a US Navy recruitment spot. The deal fell through when conservative activists complained about the Village People's association with the gay community. While the Navy yielded to the right-wing screeching, they took umbrage to the implication there was anything at all gay about the Village People or the song "In The Navy" in any way promoted homosexuality. Or on a less insulting note, people questioned the legitimacy of the government using taxpayer money to fund a music video.

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* The subtext of the Music/VillagePeople song "In the Navy". Just remember what "subtext" is an anagram for! Hilariously, this song was originally recorded as the theme for a US Navy recruitment spot. The deal fell through when conservative activists complained about the Village People's association with the gay community. While the Navy yielded to the right-wing screeching, yielded, they took umbrage to the implication there was anything at all gay about the Village People or the song "In The Navy" in any way promoted homosexuality. Or on a less insulting note, people questioned the legitimacy of the government using taxpayer money to fund a music video.
16th Nov '16 8:16:12 PM ChesterPolarbear
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* Subverted in ''Purple Hearts''. LTCDR Don Jardian meets LTJG Deborah Solomon while they're both serving in [[UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar Vietnam]] and there's instant attraction between the two and [[BattleCouple they fall in love with each other]]. He's a doctor and she's a [[HospitalHottie nurse]] and they meet at the Naval support activity station in Da Nang, but the two are still in the Navy.
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