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Old 05-01-2012, 09:01 PM
Heph Heph is offline
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Hello, very good question. Here's a link I pulled up after some research. It would seem considering some discretion would be beneficial, yet my clearance wouldn't be in jeopardy aslong as I acted responsibly.

However seems the "only 2 cases cited extramarital affairs, and both of these cases involved current sexual relationships about which their spouses were unaware." and "Today sexual behavior is relevant when it is compulsive, self-destructive, high-risk, or criminal; creates susceptibility to coercion; occurs in public; or shows poor judgment. If at least one of these factors is not present, sodomy, promiscuity, adultery, group sex, cyber-sex, swinging, pornography, sadism, masochism, fetishism, bondage and degradation, homosexuality, bisexuality, transsexualism, and transvestism are not disqualifying conditions for a security clearance."

The military has had a "Zero Tolerance" policy when it comes to human trafficking violations i.e. prostitues, sex slaves, ect. Which is why the secret service agents are in deep water.

Anyways great question, here's the link;

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