A series of court-martials is currently underway in the U.S. Navy. A number of sailors were involved in surreptitiously videoing female officers and female midshipmen while showering aboard the nuclear submarine USS Wyoming.
While tragic and inexcusable, the event was predictable for anyone with any common sense.
Submarines are all-voluntary for good reason: they have virtually no privacy and the crew is forced to live in very, very tight quarters for months on-end while submerged in a metal tube. In 2010, the Navy was forced to bow before the politically correct winds and decided to allow women to serve on submarines, admitting the first dozen female officers into the nuclear power training pipeline. The argument against women on submarines included the difficulty of accommodating them due to privacy concerns (no separate berthing or bathroom facilities without expensive retrofit) and radiation concerns (to the unborn child before you know you are pregnant).
Of course no senior Navy official who desired to keep his/her Navy career, raised the obvious elephant in the room - i.e., the inevitable fraternization when you seal young women in very, very tight quarters with young men with virtually no privacy for months on end. Prior to the forced integration of women into the submarine force by the politically-correct feminists, submarines crews were all-male and went for weeks and even months without even seeing a woman.
As our Egalitarian culture futilely and foolishly seeks to eliminate all differences (even physical) between the sexes, it is ironically creating the environment for women to be inevitably abused and mistreated.