http://bit.ly/2rYvUozhttp://bit.ly/2rYvUozhttp://bit.ly/2rYvUoz A man described as “the most prolific rapist in British legal history” has been sentenced to life in prison with a possible release after 30 years following his conviction for sexual offences against 48 men. Authorities said the evidence against 36-year-old Reynhard Sinaga indicates he had many more victims,Continue Reading

http://bit.ly/2RTcpZ9 Most likely, our cultural ignorance regarding male sexual abuse stems from the fact that American males (and males in most other cultures) are expected to be invulnerable and to not feel emotional pain. In other words, guys are supposed to be macho and in control and to fend forContinue Reading

'People don’t think this sort of thing happens to men:' Male rape survivor speaks out over … https://t.co/KJ13pRQXIl via @evening_tele — MaleSurvivor (@MaleSurvivorORG) November 16, 2019 “I was using medication and convincing myself I was taking control but I wasn’t. “It is so important that you don’t suffer in silenceContinue Reading

https://www.police.govt.nz/advice/sexual-assault/myths-and-facts?nondesktop Myth: Sexual assaults are only committed by strangers. Fact: The majority of people who commit sexual assaults know their victims and in some cases are relations, friends or work colleagues. Partners and spouses can also commit sexual assaults. Myth: Rape is a ‘spur of the moment’ act. Fact: MostContinue Reading

https://psycnet.apa.org/record/2011-07602-001?doi=1https://psycnet.apa.org/record/2011-07602-001?doi=1https://psycnet.apa.org/record/2011-07602-001?doi=1 Rape myths are one way in which sexual violence has been sustained and justified through history and modern times. However, there has been a dearth of scholarship about rape myths concerning male victims. This paper reviews the historical origins, development, and current manifestations of male rape myths prevalent inContinue Reading