Stop Sexual Assault in the Armed Services
Feel like you keep seeing the same story a different way about sexual assault in the military?
This week's news: 30,000 Marines were members of a Facebook group that shared and commented on photos of unclad women servicemembers, posted without their consent.
Too often, when women in the military report these things, retaliation follows.
How to help stop the abuse of women in the Marines
Read this article (by a female Marine) and this one (by a male Marine), both powerful windows into sexism and misogyny in the Marines.
See The Invisible War, a documentary about sexual assault in the military.
Support Female Marines United, a group of servicemembers who are courageously publicizing this latest abuse. They're also raising money for Headstrong, a group that provides free mental health treatment for post 9/11 veterans.