• We Help

    … more than 150 people through our counselling services and 2,500 people remotely per year
    How can we help you?

  • You Are Not Alone

    Join one of our groups and meet other men who have gone through similar experiences
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  • Supporting A Loved One

    The support of friends and family can play a very important role in healing from sexual abuse
    What you can do

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An estimated 12,000 men are raped in the UK every year, and more than 70,000 are sexually abused or assaulted.


At SurvivorsUK we know male sexual abuse has profound effects on those who experience it and can deeply affect their mental health and relationships.


But we are here to help sexually abused men as well as their friends and family, no matter when the abuse happened, and challenge the silence and attitudes.


We are here to
support, challenge, build.

An End to Silence

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My story and looking to the future

Trigger warning: The following piece is about surviving sexual violence. If you think this will be disturbing for you, then you might choose not to read it. Or you might want to read it somewhere that you feel safe and comfortable. If you find that reading is getting unmanageable, STOP, do something calming, and only […]

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Alex Feis-Bryce

A word from our new CEO: Alex Feis-Bryce

My name is Alex Feis-Bryce and I’m really proud and honoured to be the new CEO of SurvivorsUK. I’m also a survivor. I’ve experienced sexual violence twice, at very different stages of my life and in different circumstances. When I was raped as a first-year university student, barely an adult, I’d just moved to a […]

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Childhood/DID-abuse and healing

My name is Wolfgang. I am a survivor of childhood sexual abuse starting at the age of 10, carrying on into teenage and adult years, and building on emotional neglect starting as a toddler. The abuse created a dissociative identity phenomenon which meant that a part of me – which always remained that 10-year-old – […]

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