The Steers and Queers line is used in both "An Officer and a Gentleman" and in "Full Metal Jacket."

In "Full Metal Jacket," Gunnery Sergeant Hartman uses the line on Private Cowboy, from Texas.

In "An Officer and a Gentleman," Gunnery Sergeant Foley first uses the line on a character, portrayed by David Keith, from Oklahoma. Then, at the end of the movie, Richard Gere passes by Sgt. Foley using the same line on a new recruit from Arizona.

All three states can be considered valid for the line.
by Tomothy B March 14, 2008
"only steers and queers come from Texas private cowboy, and you don't much look like a steer to me so that kinda narrows it down" Full Metal Jacket 1987
by another Masshole October 15, 2003
The only two things from Oklahoma are steers and queers, and I don't see any horns on you boy. (Officer and a Gentleman, An - 1982)
by Rick July 9, 2003