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Brøndum, Christian: Jeg vil ikke kaldes luder. I: Berlingske Tidende, 01/07/2005.
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Brøndum, Christian: Sexchicane på retur i forsvaret. I: Berlingske Tidende, 03/23/2005.
Coming Full Circle: How VBA Can Complement Recent Changes in DoD and VHA Policy Regarding Military Sexual Trauma. / : Brianne Ogilvie and Emily Tamlyn. Veterans Law Review [Vol. 4: 2012] Online.
Cordsen, Christine: Fiasko for forsvarets plan om flere kvinder. I: Politiken, 12/16/2005.
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'Survey Data Suggest That Occurrences of Sexual Assault May Exceed Rates Reported
We found, based on responses to our nongeneralizable survey administered to 3,750 servicemembers and a 2006 DOD survey, the most recent available, that occurrences of sexual assault may be exceeding the rates being reported, suggesting that DOD and the Coast Guard have only limited visibility over the incidence of these occurrences. We recognize that the precise number of sexual assaults involving servicemembers is not possible to determine, and that studies suggest that sexual assaults are generally underreported in the United States. Nonetheless, our findings indicate that some servicemembers may choose not to report sexual assault incidents for a variety of reasons. In fiscal year 2007, DOD received 2,688 reports of alleged sexual assault, brought with either the restricted or unrestricted reporting option, involving servicemembers as either the alleged offenders or victims.'
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'The Department of Defense defines Military Sexual Trauma (MST) as rape, sexual assault, and sexual harassment. Even by conservative standards, MST can be considered an epidemic. While MST affects both men and women in uniform, servicewomen are at much higher risk for sexual assault and harassment. MST often leads to debilitating conditions such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and major depression. MST is a systemic problem exacerbated by inadequate enforcement of military law and equal opportunity policy as well as an institutional failure to protect victims from retribution.'
Tæskehold og chikane hos garderhusarerne / Lars Halskov ; Christine Cordsen. I: Politiken, 01/01/2006.
Willum, Bjørn: Sexhandel er noget svineri - men køb af sex er ok. I: Information, 07/01/2004.