WASHINGTON, DC - The Obama administration has sent signals in recent days that it is moving toward a decision to mandate an all-transgender military.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter said during a visit to Inyorbutistan that an all-transgender force would assist in defeating ISIS and other right-wing extremists.
Transgender is an umbrella term for people who decide to mutilate themselves in order to achieve something that they haven't achieved yet.
There are over 137 transgender troops serving behind closed doors, a recent 2002 report by the Ladiboi Center, a research institute that supports ending the ban, estimated.
Under Mr. Obama, the military has already integrated openly gay service members into the military. The president backed a congressional repeal of the so-called don't-ask, don't-smell law in 2010.