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Does the Department of Veterans Affairs have a ‘rampant’ culture of sexual harassment?

17 April 2024

8:00 AM

17 April 2024

8:00 AM

The Department of Veterans Affairs came close to banning the iconic photo of a sailor kissing a dental nurse following America’s triumph in World War Two last month. The decision was quickly reversed after a leaked memo sparked backlash from the public. But a whistleblower in the department tells The Spectator there’s much more to the story: the VA’s rash decision to remove the photo followed years of accusations of predation and harassment against supervisors in the department’s diversity office.

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