Sailors Marc and Aaron share an apartment with Autumn. On the eve of the end of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, the threesome come out, relieving the terrible stress of forced secrets. They celebrate in their unique fashion! Will their friends, colleagues, and the Navy accept them?
Gay sailors Marc and Aaron are committed to each other but like all LGB military they are forced to hide their relationship or face disgrace, discharge, and ruined careers.
Their lesbian roommate shares the same curse.
At a birthday party for a bigoted Navy sailor, on the eve of the end of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, the threesome shows their altruism by cooking for the event. When push comes to shove, Aaron comes out as gay and Mark admits to being his lover, but further confesses to being bisexual, surprising Aaron.
Autumn comes out and tells the guys she’s so horny she’d allow a man to service her, “If he can last more than two minutes and knows how to service a woman’s plumbing.”
September 21, 2011 marked the end of the discriminatory US military policy, Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, falling one day before the anniversary of the 1862 Emancipation Proclamation freeing slaves in the US.
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Carmen appeared from the hallway, staring as the trio set the food on the counter. His football-player frame impressive. The party music was still reasonable.
Autumn grinned and hugged him, kissing his cheek. “Carm, happy birthday! I made pasta, meat balls and Italian sausage.”
Carm’s deep voice gave a polite response, “Thanks very much.”
Marc stepped up. “Hey, happy birthday. Normally I’m a hugging guy, but I don’t want to offend you. I made Chinese Chicken Salad and chocolate cheese cake cuz I remember you liked that at other parties.”
Carm nodded. “Uh, thanks man.”
Adam grabbed Carm’s hand. “Happy B-Day, man. I hope it was a really good day for you. Birthdays are special. The three of us pitched in and got a present for you. You can open it later.”
Adam’s kindness and altruistic attitude shocked but also pleased Autumn.
Carm rolled his eyes. “Yeah, thanks.”
Adam uncharacteristically smiled, “Carmen, dude, this is your day. Say what’s on your mind.” Other watched due to Adam’s loudness.
“Fucking faggots.” Carm spit under his breath.
Autumn moved close expecting to cut between them before the fight started.
Adam smiled, “Carm, no need to whisper. You think we are fucking faggots. While I hate you for that attitude, that’s why I’m in the Navy, to defend your right to feel and say that.” He slipped a quick hug in and turned for beer. All eyes were on him, expecting a much different response. He popped a beer open and handed it to Carmen. “Happy Birthday. I truly wish you well.”
Autumn hugged Adam. “I’m proud of you.”
Adam chugged half a beer, paused, and finished the rest. He turned to Marc and pulled him close. “I love you Marc.” Their lips met and Adam held him. He released, sighed, and looked around the room. “You all suspected we’re gay. Well, we are.”
Autumn sucked on a beer, flabbergasted by Adam, yet respecting him more than ever. She counted ten in attendance, enough for word to get around the base in a day or two. Nervousness rushed through her, but fear was gone. She refocused on the room. The others, except Carm, applauded and patted Adam on the back.
One sailor, Mike Roberts, had a curious look on his face. “Adam and Marc are gay? Why didn’t anyone tell me? I thought they just shared the apartment with Autumn.”
Others shook their heads. One person told Mike, “We’ll explain it when you’re older Mike.” The party ramped up with the food and drink quickly consumed. Jokes were told and stories recalled.
David Sullivan was born near New York City, moved to San Jose, California in high school and now lives on the rugged Oregon Coast. Many know David as a Renaissance man. He’s been a tutor to children, an auto mechanic, and served for almost twenty-nine years in the San Jose Police Department.
He is a licensed massage therapist and did it congruent with his police service. David is a Jujitsu 3rd degree black belt. He’s a dog trainer and community volunteer. His motto is, The Purpose of My Life is to Serve. He writes bisexual erotic stories.
His self-help book, Wisdom is the Answer, Common Sense is the Way (under his legal name of James Giambrone Jr) helps people live simpler and more relaxed lives.