Beginning Thursday, the U.S. Air Force will begin checking all work spaces and public areas for pictures, calendars and other materials that objectify women.
Becky Iannotta of Air Force Times reports that Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Welsh, who ordered the service-wide health and welfare inspections, states that pictures of scantily clad women in calendars, posters or in briefing slides have no place in a professional workplace. Iannotta says Welsh has emphasized the need to stop sexual assaults and harassment and noted that he has received multiple complaints about images, jokes and comments that made women uncomfortable. CLICK HERE
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