I was listening to Michael Savage (or whatever his last name is) on my way home from work. (I listen to him for comic relief.) He is so full of himself. Listening to him cut callers off and insult them off the phone is like seeing a baby throw a temper tantrum. Anyway, the topic was the military dont ask dont tell policy. The caller said that such a policy should be discontinued and that homosexuals should be just as open about their sexual preference as are heterosexuals. Michael asked him what would happen if a gay soldier came onto a straight person in the shower. The reply was that the gay guy would probably get his ass kicked and that a suit would follow. The last question was along the line of Who would be the winner? The show went to a commercial and then on to a different topic. I was surprised to not hear Michael yell and throw insults at the caller. Anyway, sometimes I wish that I had called on such topics. After I think back to how discourteously and unreasonably Michael has treated other insightful people, Im glad that I dont call. First of all, I hold gay and straight soldiers with more respect. I doubt that the gay guy would have sexually assaulted the straight guy or that the straight guy would have beat up the gay guy. I remember when a gay guy propositioned me. He even put his hand on my shoulder. I politely backed away and said that I was not interested. He backed away and left. Secondarily, I would have said, Yes. Let gays be just as open as straight people are open about their sexual preference oh Tailhook perhaps they should not be as open. I would have loved to hear Mikes reply to such a comment. Look. Sexual harassment is sexual harassment no matter if it involves people of the same sex or of the opposite sex. If someone keeps pushing you for sex, then file a complaint. Perhaps the straight soldiers have some insecurity about their sexual identity. They may feel uncomfortable living in close quarters with a gay person. I think that there are ways to work around it and still have team cohesion if such problems would come up. Homosexuals supposedly comprise only 1 or 2 percent of the population anyway, so get a grip and tell Michael Savage to do the same before he blows a gasket.