Resources for Male Survivors (Copyright © Men Can Stop Rape)
Publication Year: 2007
This fact sheet explains the incidence of sexual assault on men, and why it is an underreported issue. It explores common questions about perpetrators of male rape, sexuality, how to respond sensitively to male rape survivors, and where they can go for help.
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