Rape in the Military
The hour-long film examines the problem of rape and sexual assault in the military from the viewpoint of the survivors as well as from experts who are studying this issue. Filmmakers Jennifer Molina and Sarah Pusateri traveled to the Pentagon to find out what the Department of Defense says it’s doing to combat what even they call “a very big problem.”
Baltimore Sun Interview with US Navy Veteran Brian Lewis
Military leaders are under pressure from The White House and Congress to eliminate rape in the military,
but many do not realize the problem exists for both women and men
The rate for military sexual assaults is almost equal for
both sexes in the service.
A huge obstacle to prosecution is getting male victims to report assaults and cooperate in investigations.
Son, Men Don't Get Raped
A compilation of stories from American military men you never hear—because the culprits almost always go free, the survivors rarely speak, and no one in the military or Congress has done enough to stop it.
A study that examined what male and female veterans considered sexual harassment
Male US veterans who served during the Afghanistan and Iraq wars are less likely than female veterans to label harassment experiences as sexual harassment, according to a new study co-authored by School of Public Health researcher.
When you do a Buddy Check, please include them even if they were never in combat.