Last updated: 18-Jul-2010 04:08
Sexual Assault services help both female and male victims of sexual assault. You can talk to a counsellor to get support, ideas and information about what you should do. There are several websites that deal especially with male sexual assault that you can access for more information - check out the following links. Most of these sites include information on myths and realities, common reactions to sexual assault, issues faced by male victims, tips on how to look after yourself and sections for family and friends.
|South Eastern Centre Against Sexual Assault (SECASA), Australia
|The Education Centre Against Violence (ECAV)
|A community-based NGO. This website is about violence and homophobia on the Anti-Violence Project website, ACON (AIDS Council of Australia)
|The website is of "The University of Texas". It provides counseling, psychiatric, consultation, and prevention services to serving UT's diverse campus community that facilitate students' academic and life goals and enhance their personal growth and well-being.
|Turning Points Network strives to end all forms of domestic abuse, sexual assault and stalking in our community by enhancing the safety and well-being of individuals and families through empowerment and advocacy; helping create a community responsive to all victims and survivors; and working for social change through education, outreach and systems advocacy.
|Debarati Halder; Cyber Victim Counselor, Advocate & Legal Scholar
|New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence
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