From horrifying stories of contractors raped in Iraq to the seeming near-daily stories of disappearing female soldiers, it's begun to feel — even to the military brass — like there just might be something in need of fixing right now. It probably doesn't help that about 80 percent of female soldiers on average (90 among female Marines) complain of unwanted sexual touching. So, from setting up a sexual assault ward to making assault reports anonymous to working with the nonprofit Men Can Stop Rape to enlist the male members of the armed forces in helping the problem, the military is at least trying to do something.
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