Toy Soldiers on “The Invisible War’s ironic invisible victims”

Jacob, writing for Toy Soldiers on “The Invisible War’s ironic invisible victims“:

A 10-second soundbite hardly sounds like addressing the problem. The situation with military rape is the same as prison rape: more women report being raped, but there are significantly more men in the military, meaning that even if the reported rate of rape is lower for men, there are still more men who are victimized. When combining that with military culture, one can begin to see how harder it is for male victims to come forward. Chances are, just like with prison rape, that male victims face more frequent and violent assaults and assaults by females that rarely are reported.

Read the rest here:

http://toysoldier.wordpress.com/2013/02/11/the-invisible-wars-ironic-invisible-victims/

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