WASHINGTON — Concern is growing across the about inappropriate social media behavior by those in uniform.
In April, sexually explicit photos of female and male were discovered being shared on a secret Facebook page: Marines United.
Months before, service members complained about a similar issue in an anonymous survey on sexual assault and harassment.
The says that nearly 6,200 members say that sexually explicit photos of them were taken or shared against their will by someone from work. And they say it made them “uncomfortable, angry or upset.”
More than 22,000 service members say they were upset or angry when someone at work showed or sent them pornography
Across the services, in both cases, female made up the largest percentage of women who complained.