When Men Are Victims (Copyright © Florida Council Against Sexual Violence)
Publication Year: 2009
Men and boys are often reluctant to report the crime of sexual assault or to seek services because they feel humiliated, shamed, or confused by the crime. Anyone who has been the victim of sexual assault needs compassion, sensitivity, and caring. This publication tells how a victim might feel and what you can do to prevent sexual assault.
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Florida Council Against Sexual Violence (FCASV)
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Tallahassee FL 32301
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