Sexually abused men face taboos

Media Outlet: Northern Life
Posted: Apr 15, 2013

Victims ‘expected to just tough it out’

There’s a taboo against men who have been sexually abused speaking out about their experiences, said Perry McLeod-Shabogesic.Some seem to question why men — who are expected to be strong — let themselves be sexually abused, the director of transitional programming and community initiatives at the Shkagamik-Kwe Health Centre said.