Here’s a what if question for you all.
Seeing as being gay today isn’t exactly the same "Stigma it was back 25-30 years ago when they had a draft, do you think many straight men (or women) would avoid it simply by saying they were gay.
I take it back then if you said you were gay they would just not draft you. I mean how would one, today at least, prove him/herself to be gay?
Or do you think the military would just say “forget it, let’s just draft everyone.”