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A resource for men who have experienced childhood sexual abuse or sexual assault and for their supporters.
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Kyle Griffin Dec 12
Dr. Christine Blasey Ford presented Sports Illustrated's Inspiration of the Year Award to Rachael Denhollander, the first woman to publicly accuse Larry Nassar of sexual assault. "We all have the power to create real change."
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Living Well Dec 12
10 years of Anglicare
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Living Well Dec 11
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MensLine Australia Dec 3
Perhaps never more relevant than during the rush of the 'silly season' - 'How to Not Lose Track of What’s Really Important' from :
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1in6 Dec 6
Univision has aired a 3-part report on the sexual abuse of children in by Catholic priests. 1in6 Board Member David Lisak, PhD, who created our campaign featuring male survivors' stories, was included in this special.
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Dr Chris Dolan Dec 5
⁩ about to screen 21 Years Running as part of the Orange the World campaign ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Living Well Dec 5
Such injustice, only increases our resolve to ensure survivors voices are heard and those responsible for committing and covering up abuse are exposed and held to account. Much work yet to do - take care ,
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Living Well Dec 4
Rape is Rape - not a ‘prank’, not ‘tomfoolery gone wrong’. It is irrelevant if the person was ‘seeking sexual gratification’. Rape is Rape
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Survivors Manchester Dec 3
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Living Well Dec 2
The Queensland Government is conducting a survey to develop of a Sexual Violence Prevention Framework. We encourage you to answer the last question in particular to ensure ‘ALL’ victims/survivors are included, all diverse females, trans and males:
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Living Well Dec 2
There are many different stories of people recovering from abuse & mental health problems. There is no single message that resonates with everyone and it isn’t possible to just get over it. It is though important to get up, get into life and to keep talking about mental health.
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Survivors Manchester Dec 1
For we wanted to take the time to re-share this incredibly powerful blog from Andy entitled 'My Journey – From Victim to Survivor' . Please read and RT
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Tarana Nov 30
This is my first TED Talk. I spent weeks fretting over what to say until I realized that I could just tell the truth. This work is hard and tiring. And its often unrewarding. But it is the most necessary endeavor. I'm dedicating this to other survivors and activists.
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Living Well Nov 29
In celebration of 10 years of Living Well, Founder Manager Dr Gary Foster shares 12 Learnings in developing a service for men who have been sexually abused -
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Living Well Nov 26
Change happens one conversation at a time. Let’s keep talking and creating a space where men can speak about their struggles, as well as the happy times. When we acknowledge distress and pain we experience, it places the good days in context and helps us appreciate them more.
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1in6 Nov 26
"I think everyone definitely needs someone who can listen and to tell them... 'Hey—it wasn't your fault.'" This , please consider hosting a Facebook fundraiser for 1in6—to support services for male survivors of sexual abuse and assault:
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ISSTD Nov 25
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Male Survivors Partnership Nov 21
Since we attended the on Monday we are receiving lots of interest about The Male Survivors Partnership and organisations wanting to join which is just fantastic. For further information please email hello@MaleSurvivor.co.uk
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SANE Australia Nov 22
Thanks for this piece on the launch of the - a initiative researching mental health and stigma
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Adzventurers Nov 18
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