Comment of the Day: ‘When are we going to take responsibility for our actions?’

Sexual abuse should not get the silent treatment.

What About Prevention?

Intervention or prevention—it’s complicated.

The Dangerous Lies We Have To Stop Telling Boys about Sex

Our current culture is celebrating males having sex, regardless of their age, and this is putting boys at risk.

My Take on Forgiveness 

Being able to move past our abuse is what we all want.

Start by Believing

What harm is the expectation that men aren’t vulnerable doing?

#MenToo

Billboards in Times Square raise awareness about male survivors of childhood sexual abuse.

New Celebrity PSAs Address Myth, Societal Attitudes That Confront Male Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse

We’ve all heard the dismissive refrains—things like “that doesn’t happen to guys,” “what kind of guy would let that happen to him,” or “he seems just fine to me.”

Standing in the Spotlight: Without Shame

Putting an end to sexual abuse.

It Shouldn’t Hurt to be a Child: Sexual Abuse and Healing

Healing from sexual abuse is very much like healing from any kind of trauma or abuse; it happens one day at a time.

A Humbling Journey: Supporting Men Who Have Experienced Sexual Abuse

Steve LePore, founder of 1in6, reflects on how his organization has impacted men and their wellbeing.

46 Years in the Making

Healing the Man Within is complete, published, and released.

After St. George’s: Responding Differently, Together

Remembering that you are not alone, Steve LePore discusses sexual abuse and the sense of shame still stigmatizing this tragedy.

Doing It Alone

Trying to recover from your trauma alone is a long slow road. But opening up to others can be a huge step towards healing.

Man in the Mirror: Sexual Abuse and Accountability

When will we say enough is enough? Should actions be excused years later.

How to Forgive a Dad Who Didn’t Show Up

Many will tell you to just write him off. Stephanie March chose not to and shows you how she did it.

It’s OK to Freeze: Healing From Sexual Assault

Abuse survivor Amy Oestreicher explains that freezing and doing nothing is a natural, human reaction to trauma and assault.