Friday, May 25, 2018
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We still seldom hear from male victims

https://www.stuff.co.nz/life-style/well-good/104069939/come-back-to-bed-moving-past-sexual-assault While an increasing number of survivors of sexual assault have been brave enough to tell their stories since the #MeToo movement began last year, we still seldom hear from male victims. Aucklander Robert Tennent is one man changing that. The 19-year-old has rediscovered himself, and his sexuality, after a sexual assault

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Peer support for police,fire,ambulance officers

http://foxsanantonio.com/news/local/peer-support-training-helps-save-lives-of-first-responders Melissa Graham, a psychologist with the San Antonio Police says the peer support training can help first responders fight their battles with a teammate, something they do on fire lines every day. "You pair a peer with a peer that’s been through a similar situation and they're more likely to talk

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There is no disgrace in being a survivor

"There is no disgrace in being a survivor....the shame is on the aggressor" -- Angelina Jolie pic.twitter.com/2pagI4VgOu— MaleSurvivor (@MaleSurvivorORG) May 19, 2018 http://humantraffickingcenter.org/men-boys/ While it is indisputable that the vast majority of survivors of commercial sexual exploitation are female (likely around 98 percent, according to the International Labour Organization), it is not

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