Bringing Hope to Prison Rape Survivors

Here’s an easy way to do it.

Refreshingly, they’re one of the few groups who gives equal time and compassion to male victims. Hats off to them for that. I sent a note of encouragement and I hope you do as well.

May 2013 be the year when we start to treat all victims of sexual violence and abuse with equal recognition and empathy.

Author: DEAN ESMAY, Guest Voice Columnist

Dean Esmay is a long-time associate of Joe Gandelman and The Moderate Voice. He is Managing Editor of A Voice for Men. He also blogs on a variety of issues at Dean's World, one of the world's first blogs and one of the few that was archived as Historically Significant by the Library of Congress for the 2004 elections. You can also follow Dean via Twitter here.

2 Comments

  1. Dean, Do you know what percentage of inmates are victimized? I hope this organization can make a difference.

  2. Prisons are rape factories. The lack of control over what goes on in there is itself a crime that no one seems remotely interested in fixing.

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