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It states in part: No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance. Training must be completed within the first 10 days of the term for those who have not yet taken it.
However, this is not to say females were not available for sex.
Prostitutes were among the camp followers following behind marching troops.
Popular legend has it that they were so common around the Army of the Potomac when Union general Joseph Hooker was in command that the term "hooker" was coined to describe them; however, the term had been in use since 1845.
The number of prostitutes around Hooker's division only "cemented" the term. Among white Union soldiers there was a total of 73,382 syphilis cases and 109,397 gonorrhea cases.
In fact, in January 2014, the White House Task Force to Protect Student from Sexual Assault was formed.