By Noreen Abdullah-Khan
This publication examines the taboo subject of male-on-male rape. It appears to be like at men's reluctance to document rape, targeting male rape myths, together with the concept that 'men who rape different males needs to be homosexual' and that 'real males can't be raped'. The e-book finds that males should not basically raped in criminal, as is often believed, and they endure related trauma to girl survivors of rape. Abdullah-Khan explores the function of newspapers in dispelling or perpetuating those myths and examines the position of the police and their attitudes in the direction of male rape survivors, additionally taking a look at people's perceptions of male rape in comparison to the realities of the event of guys who've been raped.