Published on May 14, 2018

Sexual Assault Survivors Are Pushing The Military To Have Its #MeToo Moment

Marine Colonel Scott Jensen (ret.) tells the personal story behind his decision to join anti-sexual violence movement.
MST is  not a gender issue. 
Heath's Story of Surviving Military Sexual Assault

He is speaking out to change the way military rape is handled. This is his story.
Amando's Story of Surviving Military Sexual Assault

One night Amando was attacked, sodomized, and left for dead by six members of his platoon. To safeguard his dignity and career, he chose not to report it. Now Amando is speaking out to change the way military rape is handled. This is his story.
#MetooMilitary is committed to researching, understanding and supporting changes in legislation which would provide better support for survivors of MST to include; reporting, protection against retaliation for reporting, access to mental health care, VA benefits and legal assistance. 
  1. Trina McDonald, US Navy
    Military sexual assault survivor Trina McDonald delivers her MoveOn petition to Congress
  2. Luz Helena (Stacey) Thompson, USMC
    Survivor Luz Helena (Stacey) Thompson speaks out on Military Sexual Assault
  3. Published on Jun 13, 2016
    Senator Gillibrand Urges A Vote On Military Justice Improvement Act
  4. Published on Jun 16, 2015
    Sen. Ted Cruz at Military Justice Improvement Act Press Conference
  5. Paula Coughlin, Retired NAVY Lieutenant
    Military Sexual Assault Survivor Paula Coughlin Speaks Out
  6. Published Nov. 18, 2017
    Military Justice Improvement Act Targets Sex Assault
  7. Published June 10, 2016
    Senator Chuck Grassley, Floor Statement on the Military Justice Improvement Act
  8. U.S. Coast Guard Published on Aug 23, 2018
    Coast Guard releases updated sexual assault strategic plan
  9. Ruptly Published on Mar 14, 2017
    USA: Marine Corps 'has a problem and we intend to fix it' - commandant on FB scandal.
  10. Circa News Published on Nov 15, 2018
    25 years before #MeToo, this woman fought like hell against sexual misconduct at work
  11. RT America Published on Sep 24, 2018
    Sexual Assault Crisis in Military Still a Reality - Report
  1. Luz Helena (Stacey) Thompson, USMC
    Invisible Wounds: Life after military sexual assault and PTSD | Veterans Coming Home
  2. USB Paul R. Lawrence, Ph.D.
    USB Paul R. Lawrence, Ph.D. addresses Military Sexual Trauma benefits. Veterans Benefits Administration Published on Nov 27, 2018 VBA is committed to supporting those who have experienced Military Sexual Trauma—treatment to help the healing process, and compensation for those disabled by MST.
  3. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand on combating sexual misconduct, Nov. 16, 2017
    A bipartisan group of senators is pushing for reforms to combat sexual misconducts both in the military and in Congress. New York Democratic Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand is re-introducing the Military Justice Improvement Act, seeking to "professionalize how the military prosecutes sexual assault."
  4. Trailer, Excerpts of 'The Invisible War'
    The trailer and excerpts of "The Invisible War," the Oscar-nominated documentary by Kirby Dick.
  5. Published May 23, 2018
    'Me Too' movement inspires veterans to come forward about Military Sexual Trauma
  6. Published April 05, 2018
    Navy veteran shares story to help other victims of military sexual trauma
  7. Published May 03, 2017
    U.S. Military Sex Assault Reports Rising
  8. Published August 25, 2016
    12 Harrowing Stories About Military Sexual Assault.

NAVY Veteran Trina McDonald  

Survival in the Bering Sea: One Veteran's Story of #MetooMilitary  

Trina McDonald lives in Puyallup, WA and served in the Navy from 1988-1990. She was one of the subjects of the award-winning documentary The Invisible War, which focused on the crisis of sexual assault in the military...She is also working on a biography and advocates for Suicide Prevention and Reduction of MST in the Female Veteran population. Some media appearances include; CNN with Jake Tapper, The Washington Post, PBS, NPR , LA Times and Democracy Now!