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NBC News: Army Employs Video Game to Help Curb Sex Assaults; Critics Call it ‘Affront’

Bill Briggs reports for NBC News on Protect Our Defenders President Nancy Parrish:

“For decades, leaders in our military have thought that they can end the epidemic of sexual assault in the military simply through training programs, like the ‘Ask Her When She’s Sober’ campaign,” said Nancy Parrish, president of Protect Our Defenders, an advocacy group for military sex-assault victims. “This video game is another example of that line of thinking. Not only is it a waste of taxpayer dollars, it is affront to victims of sexual assault.”

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