Violence is Violence
Video highlighting domestic violence toward male victims.
A Men's Project
An excellent website compiling dozens of resources for both male survivors and male advocates.
26 Male Survivors of Sexual Assault Quoting the People Who Attacked Them
Via Buzzfeed, from Project Unbreakable, an online platform that strives to “increase awareness of the issues surrounding sexual assault.” Trigger warning.
When Men Are Victims of Violence
(by: Michael Flood) The gendered character of men’s subjection to violence often has gone unremarked. However, there is now growing scholarship on the gendered character of male victimization, in such settings as wars and civil conflicts, gangs and street violence, prisons, schools, workplaces and other institutional contexts, and relationships and families.
Education, resources, and support for male survivors of sexual abuse.
A Guide for Male Survivors of Childhood Abuse
Via Colorado State University
Reshape: Creating a Space for Male Survivors
Creating sensitive and informed spaces for men and boys accessing services at sexual assault programs. Using trauma-informed strategies and the practice of meeting survivors where they are at, he promotes gender inclusive spaces and programming. By Eric Stiles Via NSVRC
Reshape: Enhancing Male Outreach Efforts, One Center at a Time
Discusses how state coalitions can strategically do outreach to men and boys and increase the capacity of local centers to do the same.
Dedicated to a safe world, Male Survivor is an organization of diverse individuals committed to the prevention, treatment and elimination of all forms of sexual victimization of boys and men through research, education, advocacy, and activism. This is accomplished through public education, advocating treatment for victims and perpetrators, and offering voice and experience to those developing prevention programs.