James A Landrith on the equalization of healing between male and female sexual violence survivors.
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In “Yeah Maybe, No” filmmaker Kelly Kend interviews a male rape survivor and explores the dynamics of doubt that cloud our collective understanding of consent.
James Landrith has spent five years speaking out as a male rape survivor. Here is what he has learned.
Sarah Beaulieu struggled to find the right way to tell people she was a sexual assault survivor. Here’s how you can support loved ones who open up about sexual assault.
David Pittman offers hope to fellow survivors of sexual assault: You have value, and you are not alone.
Tell Siri you want to kill yourself, mention specific methods of suicide, or ask about suicide assistance, and Siri will bring up the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.
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.
Renee DeVesty was raped by her friends. Here’s her brave story of trauma and redemption.
For abuse survivor Rob Brown, the recent confession in the 1979 case of Etan Patz elicits a strong sense of brotherhood between one man who was allowed to grow up, and the boy who was not.
Trigger warning for rape and spoilers for the February 2nd episode of Private Practice. The hospital drama Private Practice has broken new ground for the representation of male survivors on television: they are the very first show on television to depict a male soldier who has survived rape.
Massive trigger warning for description of rape.
Trigger warning for discussion of rape.I have recently emailed RAINN to ask about their support of male survivors and use of the NVAWS survey as opposed to another survey that may more accurately report the rate of abuse of men. The response went as follows:Hi Ozymandias, Thank you for getting in touch regarding your blog post.…
Behind the wrestler’s chair-bending brawn is a crusader for literacy, education, and the end of sexual violence against women.