After news broke on the potentially fathomless depths of sexual assault in the military, women from the various service branches have come forward with harrowing stories of their assault allegations being either ignored or covered up. For some women, sexual assault was just the beginning of a long nightmare that could possibly include retaliation for speaking out or, in acutely horrifying instances, psychological profiling that would then serve as the basis for eventual military discharge. As more servicewomen decide to share their experiences in an effort to raise awareness about military sexual misconduct, more venues are opening to them, including a new YouTube channel called WIGS, which, starting Monday, will feature a three-part series on sexual assault in the military called "Lauren."
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