;

Thousands Of Troops Report Having Their Explicit Photos Shared Without Consent, DoD Report Finds

VA News

The Department of Defense’s Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office has released its report on military sexual assault in 2016.
Thousands Of Troops Report Having Their Explicit Photos Shared Without Consent, DoD Report Finds
According to the Pentagon report, nearly 1.3% of women reported that someone they work with at the DoD “took or shared sexually suggestive pictures or videos of them without their consent” in the past 12 months. That means that of the 207,438 female service members on active duty across the military as of February 2017, at least 2,600 have been subject to some form of nonconsensual exposure. Broken down by branch, 2.3% of female Marines reported this experience, the highest occurrence among the services.

Sourced through Scoop.it from: taskandpurpose.com


Categories


0 Comments

error: Content is protected !!
×
Show

Categories


Verified by MonsterInsights