The Orange County Register quoted Professor Kyndra Rotunda in an article about marines preparing for the repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell. “With any regulation or rule in the military, whether or not it’s followed depends on two things. The first is if there’s training up front. The other piece though is going to be enforcement when there is action taken. As long as the military enforces and makes it clear that it’s not OK to discriminate based on sexual orientation I think they can shape the culture of the military so that sexual orientation is not an issue,” Professor Rotunda said. Read the article, entitled “Marines’ ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ Repeal Training Revealed.