‘Breaking the silence is where everything starts’: Men affected by sexual abuse share their stories

Daily Collegian February 01, 2018 by COURTNEY ALLEN Women are not the only individuals facing sexual assault, rape or societal stigma — but under the guise of society today one might think so. Approximately one in six men face sexual assault before they reach the age of 18 according to a national page for male survivors…. Learn more »

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Women’s Resource Center Events Aim to Raise Awareness About Male Victims of Sexual Abuse 

State College, PA February 01, 2018 by staff Centre County Women’s Resource Center will host a series of events beginning Thursday (Feb. 1) to help combat the stigma felt by men who experienced childhood sexual abuse. An estimated one in six men in the United States have had unwanted or abusive sexual experiences before the… Learn more »

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1in6 helps male sexual abuse victims .. like LeMond

Oakridger January 30, 2018 by BEN POUNDS During his recent talk at the Oak Ridge Playhouse, thrice Tour d’France winner Greg Lemond spoke about his organization, 1in6. “The mission of 1in6 is to help men who have had unwanted or abusive sexual experiences live healthier, happier lives. Our mission also includes serving partners, family members, friends,… Learn more »

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Males victims of sexual violence can share their story through the ‘Bristlecone Project’

The Daily Collegian January 29, 2018 by MIKAYLA CORRIGAN Approximately one in six men in the United States have had unwanted or abusive sexual experiences before age 18, according to statistics from Centre County is considered to be no exception. As sexual assault continues to be in the spotlight with the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements,… Learn more »

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Sexual Assault Victim Services Can Barely Keep Up After #MeToo — Here’s What You Can Do

Bustle January 18, 2018 by PRISCILLA TOTIYAPUNGPRASERT As the #MeToo reckoning encourages more brave people to come public with their experiences of sexual assault and harassment in and out of the workplace, it’s easy to get wrapped up in high-profile outings. In the midst of “who’s next” sensationalism, we should also remember that sexual assault… Learn more »

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