The UN’s recent reports on the treatment of children in Syria and in the Roman Catholic Church revealed some of the despicable acts committed against boys that are part of a disturbing and hidden global trend.
1 in 6 men have survived childhood sexual abuse. By reaching out to them in college, 1BlueString helps them start recovery early.
A survivor recalls the experience of telling his family about his childhood abuse.
It can be difficult to maintain safe boundaries while on the path of healing. Here are a few insights from Peter Pollard of 1in6.org.
At a seminar titled “When Someone You Love Was Abused,” Cecil Murphey discovers profound answers to brave questions.
To all the service providers and volunteers in the movement to end childhood sexual abuse and improve resources for the 19 million (and more) men dealing with it’s effects: keep teaching, keep talking, those closest to you are listening.
Cecil Murphey offers some powerful insights into how women cope with the ways in which the men they love cope.
Steve LePore, Director of 1in6.org, invites all to celebrate the milestone moment that will happen on April 27 before and after each episode of Law & Order: SVU.
1 in 6 men in the United States has had an unwanted or abusive sexual experience in childhood.
Many survivors have learned to protect themselves by keeping people and experiences at bay. Here, Randy Ellison shares the moment where he finds the balance between a coping mechanism and letting in the great things life has to offer.
Cecil Murphey believes that once you can start talking about it, you become an instrument of your own healing.
Childhood trauma, its impact on men and boys, and how to support other men’s efforts to cope with those impacts in healthy ways.
What do you do, as a father, when your adult son is raped? You tell him you love him, you stand by him, make him laugh and maybe even take him to the zoo.
Imagine you’re the father of a young man who was raped. What do you do? Where do you go? One father shares his family’s story of pain and healing.
An article in The Atlantic exposes the reality of male survivors who’ve been assaulted by females, including Don Draper, the main character in the show Mad Men.