Global estimates suggest 5% to 10% of men report experience of childhood sexual abuse (CSA). However, male CSA is significantly underreported, with men being reluctant to disclose due to vulnerability, stigmatisation, homophobic responses and fearing a loss of masculinity. A lack of research and service provision targeted towards men suggests male survivors of CSA are […]
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E kore a muri e hokia, heoi anō, nōu anō te mana ki tō ara whakamua
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Male Survivors Aotearoa publishes part one of a research study on effective support services for male suriviors of sexual violence. “Living or merely existing” The experiences of male surivors of historical sexual abuse in Aotearoa New Zealand. Part two is expected to be published by mid 2023 Download PDF
The journey from Bluff to Cape Reinga is long – almost three million steps – but the road to healing from sexual abuse has felt a lot longer for a father of six who was raped over a period of several years by a family friend. Sam Troth has embarked on a solo walk from […]
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