It's not just limited to athletics. I've been listening to this series while driving to work the past few days. Be warned: It very likely will piss you off.
Off The Battlefield, Military Women Face Risks From Male Troops
Dora Hernandez gave a decade of her life to the U.S. Navy and the Army National Guard, but some of the dangers surprised her.
"The worst thing for me is that you don't have to worry about the enemy, you have to worry about your own soldiers," she says.
Sitting in a circle, a group of women nod in agreement. All are veterans, most have spent time in Iraq and Afghanistan, but they're also survivors of another war. According to the Pentagon's own research, more than 1 in 4 women who join the military will be sexually assaulted during their careers.
"I was assaulted while I was in boot camp in the Army, and I was raped when I went to the Navy," says Sabina Rangel, who is hosting the group in her living room outside El Paso, Texas.
Much more at the link, including a story on how the military handles (or doesn't handle) these cases. 22 years after Tailhook, what have we learned?