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Hooking Up With Someone In The Military

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We have all heard about the myriad problems you face when you meet someone in the military, but often we face a different problem. As civilian or married military personnel, we often feel we don’t really belong anywhere, which is a harsh reality for many others. Besides potentially dangerous missions, the hardest part of a military relationship may be the lack of access to family, friends, and even family members.

This is particularly true for those who have been separated from their loved ones, probably because of their commitment. In addition, this relationship can negatively affect your relationship with other potential partners (which, I warn you, is the more difficult reality for many of your significant partners) and you are facing problems. 

Whether you are in a military relationship for two months or two years, that can be a challenge, but there are some things you can do to ease yourself and your relationship, even if you know that the military is first. 

When you marry a service member, you become dependent, even though I have never met a military spouse who would define himself as “dependent” on anyone. This is completely unique to every person I compare to him, so I really don’t mind when it comes to my military. 

When you talk about a relationship that is cohabiting in the military, there is a very different risk involved, but it is a consideration because you will have the important task of your military spouse. If you have a sexual relationship with someone in your unit or even on a facility, you must be accepted as a military spouse.

Tell your girlfriend that the military won’t give you food and won’t let you come home from Iraq or Afghanistan without buying your own plane ticket. When a soldier, private or general, is at a military base in Iraq, Afghanistan or any other country outside the United States, he may have sexual intercourse with native women. Many men end up using apps like adultsearch.vip to find hookups while away.

It is worth noting that military bases have been listed as gay hotspots on cruise sites in the past, but this is on Grindr, not Operation Desert Storm. It’s not as if soldiers send nude photos to back up these claims, or that the military knows where they are anyway. If you’re looking for someone who spent a few years in your military and then got separated, it probably won’t look like that. And even if the government database is updated every time a person makes a move in their life, it will not be easy to determine whether they have been found. 

If your relationship is primarily based on civil acquaintance, you may not be able to have a personal relationship. When it comes to military relations, they know that they are stronger than other relations, even though they have already overcome many battles.

Ask a military spouse to share how couples, military or civilian, can maintain strong relationships over long distances. Make sure you marry or date someone who has had a career that often involves a long-distance relationship, such as in the military, law enforcement or civilian world. 

This is best illustrated by the fact that most civil courts do not prosecute cases of adultery. As a result, the world of crusading and hooking in the military is as enveloped in secrecy as the queer attachment and dating culture that the armed forces represent. Real stories are hard to come by, but it is easy to find and verify those you know and know. 

Although officers and conscripted service members have been married since they entered the service before the adoption of this policy, the relationship does not violate fraternity policy. This can be difficult if you are in the same rank and do not violate DOD rules, but it is not impossible.

US Military Bans TikTok : Here’s Why

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The Us military and coast guard have banned all active personnel from using the Chinese social media app TikTok. Cited as a security risk, clearly generals in the military are worried about China using location and other data to undermine national security. Certainly, seeing where active marines on duty are stationed provides an informational advantage to the CCP, a more sinister threat is at play. The Chinese communists have long used sensitive information to blackmail high level politicians and others, could this by happening to military personnel as well?  Of course nudes shared on TikTok of the adult version of the app, AssTok, pose a major blackmail threat to almost any member of the military or coast guard.

Why TikTok is banned

There are various apps you can access to access the TikTok app, like Google Play, but the military has chosen to block access to TikTok. What might be the military fears? Well, if a recruit is on duty in their vehicle and sees a TikTok influencer near by, the recruit is more likely to lean in for a selfie, or at least look up at the brand logo on their back while working out. TikTok influencers are often given free things to entice people to download their app, a hook to get people to download the app. The military might just be worried about this happening. It is also possible the military believes TikTok has not proven itself to be a reliable social network. The app has been banned from use in some other countries. Clues as to why the US military is suspicious of TikTok?

The Military’s Concerns

With a base location in the North China Sea, Taiwan and Southeast Asia, the US military has a clear view of China’s growing influence over their operations. In the case of a conflict, China has a natural advantage of striking from three sides or more. Taiwan provides China with a method of invading the mainland by re-routing ships through the northern channel into Japan. This forces the US to drop 7,000+ troops into the middle of the peninsula, many of whom will be lost in this trap. China can also cut the pipeline from the mainland to Japan, effectively strangling the northern region of the US in a literal sense. This is why the military is so concerned. China’s PLA has the capability of targeting the sea pipeline, but only if they can find the key sites to map out for attack.

The Military’s Counter-Measures

The Department of Defense sent out a statement on why TikTok was banned. TikTok is a fun, engaging platform that provides short videos for creative, spontaneous and spontaneous expressions. However, recent reports have raised concerns that TikTok is being used to distract users from discussions and conduct unauthorized investigations in connection with their official duties. Considering the military and law enforcement often communicate via text or video, a ban like this will definitely have an impact. However, this could have far-reaching consequences. China has proved that it can target a specific individual’s social media presence, and may continue to do so until they can identify and eliminate a person’s online profile.


Anyone familiar with the terrible lack of integrity in the military, would find this behavior disconcerting, indeed an open and honest discussion is needed on this subject. The military is under no obligation to provide a list of contractors or vendors, and with that in mind, if these vendors have their fingers in the proverbial cookie jar, what information will they be willing to sell? Will it be old or new? The growth of these social media sites and their increasing use among young users is a cause for concern. Furthermore, TikTok, like every other social media platform has privacy settings, if an admin suspects you have accessed their system, you will be banned.

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