See Newsweek While there is no rule against gay men serving in South Korea’s armed forces, they are banned from engaging in “homosexual activity” while serving; doing so is punishable by up to two years in prison.“Military investigators used the information they gained from the investigation on the sex video to track down other gay soldiers in the army, starting by forcing the suspects to identify who they had sex with and then widening their search from there,” said Lim.“Gay men [...] are seen as dangerous and treated as potential criminals, as the ongoing army investigation shows,” Han Ga-ram, a human rights lawyer who is gay, told the AP, adding that the investigation had “touched off fear in the LGBT community.”“Hate crimes against LGBT people are already a serious problem, and the government could make it worse by sending the wrong message by punishing gay men in the military,” he said.
South Korea’s military has refused to disclose the number of prosecutions for homosexual activity it pursues, but Lim estimates that the army has investigated more than 30 soldiers this year alone.“The soldiers who are being investigated had sex with their partners under mutual consent and not inside the barracks.
- A T-Mobile employee was arrested Friday after police say he sent himself a sexually explicit video of a customer. North in Pinellas Park, a woman walked in hoping to have her phone fixed.
She gave it to the employee, 25-year-old Roberto Sanchez-Ramos, with the understanding that he would reboot and reactivate the service on her phone.
The city teen rate of game-playing is 4 points higher than the national average.
At the same time, more city teens are just saying no to sex, booze and tobacco.
She noticed an explicit video on her phone had been sent to another email, believed to be the email of Sanchez-Ramos. woman arrested after posting courthouse sex act video Sanchez-Ramos has actually found himself in legal trouble before at T-Mobile.
Sure, New York City parents still worry about their teens having sex, drinking and smoking — but the kids are far more interested in smartphones and video games like Pokémon and Grand Theft Auto, a new survey has found.
The customer was hoping to have her phone fixed and she gave it to Sanchez-Ramos, hoping he'd restart and reactivate the device, ABC Action News reports.
Following the repair, the T-Mobile customer realized that someone had gone into her email.
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