From the military to college campuses, private homes, and all parts of American society, male rape and sexual assault is not a new phenomenon.
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After experiencing rape in the military, Brian Lewis struggled with suicide. Don’t let the mask fool you.
Nobody’s in favor of rape, but it keeps on happening. What’s not working?
1 in 6 men have survived childhood sexual abuse. By reaching out to them in college, 1BlueString helps them start recovery early.
Ask yourself what rape really is, and whether or not it is ever OK.
Andrew Smiler discusses ways in which male stereotypes make it hard to care that LaBeouf was raped.
He’d filed the abuse away as “something that just happens,” until he had to speak out to keep it from happening to others.
Brave stories from three men who were assaulted and abused, physically, verbally, and sexually. This will change what you think about sexual assault and abuse.
Brian Lewis explains how a uniform doesn’t prevent the erasure of male survivors.
Close your eyes and picture a rape victim. Who do you see? Chances are this story is not about that person.
James Landrith, on how not to create a hierarchy of suffering.
After telling the story of his rape, Nico Lang found a lot of support. But he also found harassment and accusations. Here, five tips for how to support the survivors in your life.
Female-on-male sexual aggression isn’t something people take seriously, but the startling facts show that it’s far more prevalent than anyone wants to believe.
Anyone can be a victim of sexual assault, regardless of gender or sexual orientation. Sarah Ogden offers a guide to supporting a loved one who has experienced sexual assault.
Inexplicably, when I’m gone, news keeps happening. What the fuck? I thought the entire universe would simply break down crying, unable to go on while I’m not talking to them. But tragically that doesn’t seem to be the case, so here’s a roundup of what’s been going on while I was off having Brain Issues.Newsy…