U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Jerrick Griffin/Released 110426-M-0000G-000.jpg
Apr 26, 2011
Marines and sailors raise their hands to answer a question during the Sex Signals play held at Camp Pendleton, Calif., April 26. Sex Signals is an improv-based play with two actors, a guy and a girl, who aim to teach service members about sexual assault prevention. The crowd participated by providing settings, pick-up lines, asking and answering questions for the show. The play touched on subjects such as sexual assault, consent and rape.
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