The don't ask don't tell policy is a form of injustice. I believe that a man who can serve their country shouldn't have to face this oppression. This policy is supposed to prevent homosexuals from joining the war, but with the DADT policy in action, they can serve without being allowed to vocalize their sexuality. This is unfair as anyone who is willing to fight for their country should be allowed to be themselves. The military is a body that fights for people's rights and this in turn should be applicable to themselves. This oppression contradicts what they embody. Discrimination is unacceptable and therefore the don't ask don't tell policy is unjust.