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The Canadian army issued cards to soldiers reminding them sexual assault is 'inappropriate

In response to a damning report on sexual misconduct in the military, the Canadian Forces has distributed 120,000 wallet-sized cards that remind soldiers of what constitutes "inappropriate sexual behavior."

The cards, which feature a warning to "Do No Harm," lists sexual assault, sexual interference and sexual exploitation as "inappropriate", along with "the exploitation of power relationships for the purposes of sexual activity", verbal abuse that is sexual in nature, the publication of an intimate image of a person without their consent, voyeurism, and indecent acts.

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