ARMY AXES RIMMING BAN
LICKING BETTER: Soldiers can now ‘ rim’ all they like CHIEFS at an Army unit have WITHDRAWN an order that had banned squaddies from RIMMING in the barracks.
The Army unit deployed to a U. S. military base in Germany rescinded the “awkwardly specific and unnecessary” order which banned all types of sex – including bumhole licking, plus lap dances and cuddling in the barracks.
The order was issued on December 17 through a memo signed by the lieutenant colonel of a unit within the 1st Cavalry Division, 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team.
The memo, apparently issued to keep the group focused ahead of the end of their nine- month deployment, “was deemed unnecessary”, officials said. Major Bonnie Conard, an Army spokesperson, said: “The intent of the policy letter was to ensure soldiers remained professional and respectful of one another while they work and live in close, public quarters, like the barracks that house multiple soldiers in an open bay.”
The original order read: “Effective immediately, personnel are prohibited from engaging in sexual intercourse, acts that are sexual in nature, or acts that are done with the intent to sexually gratify any person in the Grafenwoehr Training Area.”
The memo went on to explicitly outline what was forbidden.
“Sexual intercourse includes, but is not limited to, genital to genital sexual intercourse, oral to genital sexual intercourse, anal to genital sexual intercourse, and oral to anal sexual intercourse.
“Acts that are sexual in nature include, but are not limited to, kissing, rubbing, humping, grinding, cuddling, and lap dancing.”
Those found in violation of the policy were put on notice that such action “may result in adverse administrative action or punishment under the Uniform Code of Military Justice.”