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From Sex Objects to Sisters-In-Arms: Reducing Military Sexual Assault Through Integrated Basic Training and Housing

@article{Lucero2018FromSO,
  title={From Sex Objects to Sisters-In-Arms: Reducing Military Sexual Assault Through Integrated Basic Training and Housing},
  author={Gabrielle Lucero},
  journal={Duke Journal of Gender Law \& Policy},
  year={2018},
  volume={26},
  pages={1-21}
}
We’ve had this ongoing issue with sexual harassment, sexual assault. I believe it’s because we’ve had separate classes of military personnel at some level. Now, it’s far more complicated than that . . . But when you have one part of the population that is designated as “warriors” and one part that is designated as something else, that disparity begins to establish a psychology that, in some cases, led to that environment. I have to believe the more we treat people equally, the more likely they… 

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