Jueseppi B.:

I don’t know how I missed this, but it’s timely even now, unfortunately. Great informative post that lifts the lid off of a quiet danger to our female soldiers.

Originally posted on Motley News and Photos:

Earlier today I went to see the film The Invisible War which is a groundbreaking investigative documentary about one of our country’s most shameful and best kept secrets: the epidemic of rape within our US military. The Invisible War won the 2012 Audience Award at the Sundance Film Festival. Itis a difficult film to watch, but a very important one. It is the sort of documentary made not only to portray the world, but to change the world. In this case, change can’t come soon enough.

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  1. Our military people made many sacrifices beyond the war … I mean sacrifices beyond comprehension … I believe they are also forbidden to talk about certain things too … It is an expected code of silence or unspoken code of professional ethics … that any reasonable adult can understand without explanation … If .. my commandant have sex with me .. whether i wanted to or not … Will i be stupid enough to go public about that .. Hell no … smiling … It could mean accidental shooting .. dishonorable discharge … or loss of benefit … I might as well just enjoy the sex while the supply last … I will not be a nuisance to make such a useless complaint … laughing … nonsense …

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