‘Male victims of sexual abuse are treated as secondary’ – Telegraph

24.03.15 | News

Last year, the Government set aside half a million pounds to support men and boys who had suffered sexual abuse. So why are dedicated services for male victims having to cut back on counselling, asks Theo Merz.
In order to write his article, Theo spoke to Survivors Manchester Chief Executive, Duncan Craig, and Survivors UK’s Business Director, Michael May.
Click here to see the full article from the Telegraph.

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