Male Sexual Assault-Road to Recovery

Let’s all shine a light on the fact 1 in 6 Men are Sexually Assaulted. M

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Mens Health Month

RAINNEWS June 2017

Men and boys who have been sexually assaulted or abused face the same mental and physical effects as other survivors. Cultural stereotypes about men and how they portray masculinity can sometimes feel toxic to male survivors, adding additional challenges to their experience.

Recovering from sexual assault or abuse is a process that looks different for everyone, and it’s important to support a survivor, no matter their gender identity. Focusing on self-care after a sexual assault is a vital step toward recovery. Sexual assault can affect the physical and emotional health of a survivor, so it’s important to address both components of self-care. Should a victim choose to seek professional help, therapy can provide a space to openly discuss their thoughts and experiences.

One out of every 10 rape victims is male. It’s crucial to remind male survivors that they are not alone and share the services…

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    Robert said something about Yahoo being down due to being purchased. I don’t know if that was today or yesterday. Try again if you think about. I’ve spent time on Men’s Movement site learning more and registering to Blog for them. They are based in Sweden, if I remember correctly. It’s a bit intimidating, the post I’ve read so far are from professional Therapist. I sure hope they like the down home talking of a Survivor.
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