Unless you are suggesting that off base and out of uniform, military persons should harass homosexuals, we are saying the same thing. When men and women are in uniform or in any way representing the military, there should be no reason for sexual orientation to even be an issue.
Years ago I knew a technician who owned his own company who was bisexual. I made a comment to others in front of him once that he was a bisexual tech. He corrected me by pointing out that when he is on the job, he is a businessman and/or a technician and nothing else. Only when he is socializing did he consider himself to be bisexual. I've got no problem with that.