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Many local programs and state coalitions can also help male victims.
Also, there are a few national organizations that were established to help men - see our National Organizations for Male Victims page.
While we certainly don’t want to minimize this violence, focusing on only one type of situation renders invisible the many scenarios that do not fit this definition, including abusive relationships among homosexual, bisexual, and trans* men.
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From a young age, men are socialized to avoid appearing “weak,” “afraid,” and “hurt.” The result is that men may find it difficult to express emotions or ask for help.
This often acts as a barrier to male victims reporting abuse.
Women and girls are not the only victims of sexual violence.
Men and boys can be victims too, and ALL victims of sexual violence have the right to access services.
Many survivors of sexual violence do not disclose what has happened to anyone and this is particularly true of male victims.