Main | About | Tutorial | FAQ | Links | Wiki | Forum | World News | World Map | World Ranking | Nations | Electoral Calendar | Party Organizations | Treaties |
Login | Register |
Game Time: January 4289
Next month in: 01:35:26
Server time: 06:24:33, October 18, 2017 CET
Currently online (10): Alorian345 | Amir LZ | FPD | Jay42544 | Legionnaire | RAKOVINA SIEDLOCZEK | Rex_2 | Sultek_ | Wilderberg | zerooverzero101 | Record: 63 on 23:28:53, August 06, 2007 CET

Bill: Sexual Freedom in the Military Act


Submitted by[?]: Progressive Democratic Party

Status[?]: defeated

Votes: This is an ordinary bill. It requires more yes votes than no votes. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.

Voting deadline: June 3663


One's sexuality should not remain the concern of the military. This is a fundamental step in ensuring our nation accepts people for who they are, regardless of their sexuality. It shall also help in ensuring quality recruits for our military's nation, whether homosexual or heterosexual, are able to serve, leading to a more stable and stronger armed forces.



These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:

Date19:28:17, May 07, 2014 CET
FromHosian Democratic Alliance
ToDebating the Sexual Freedom in the Military Act
MessageWe would go along with "don't ask, don't tell", but not this. The military do not want and do not need the normalisation of homosexual behaviour within their ranks.

subscribe to this discussion - unsubscribe


Vote Seats

Total Seats: 55


Total Seats: 128


Total Seats: 62

Random fact: Players have a responsibility to differentiate between OOC (out-of-character) and IC (in-character) behaviour, and to make clear when they are communicating in OOC or IC terms. Since Particracy is a role-playing game, IC excesses are generally fine, but OOC attacks are not. However, players must not presume this convention permits them to harass a player with IC remarks that have a clear OOC context.

Random quote: "A fanatic is one who can't change his mind and won't change the subject." - Sir Winston Churchill

This page was generated with PHP
Copyright 2004-2010 Wouter Lievens
Queries performed: 42