The Navy tradition of choosing one sailor to be the first to kiss a loved one on the dock after a long voyage has been scrapped and replaced with a government-scripted propaganda stunt.
In the Navy, yes, you can sail the seven seas.
In the Navy, yes, you can put your mind at ease.
In the Navy, come on now people, make a stand.
In the Navy, can’t you see we need a hand.
In the Navy, come on, protect the motherland.
In the Navy, come on and join your fellow, man.
In the Navy, come on, people, and make a stand.
In the Navy, in the Navy.
Petty Officers Marissa Gaeta and Citlalic Snell participated in the administration’s homecoming kiss stunt after Gaeta’s ship, the USS Oak Hill, docked in Virginia Beach,Virginia.
“That is why God abandoned them to their shameful desires. Even the women turned against the natural way to have sex and instead indulged in sex with each other.”—Romans1:26, New Living Translation (©2007)
For more on the story, see Two Navy Women Share Traditional ‘First Kiss’ Upon Ship’s Return.