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Breaking the silence

  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 […]

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Finding a way out

It’s fair to say that these days, as a society, we are much more aware of the very real risk of suicide. The statistics that men are three times more likely to die by suicide than women and that suicide is the biggest killer of men aged 20-49 show the stark reality that, for men […]

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When anger is ignored

Anger. It has a bad reputation doesn’t it?  For me it was such a no-go emotion that I don’t think I really recognized it (or let myself really feel it) until I was well into adulthood.  And I know I’m not alone – quite often I meet people who verbally express what to me sounds […]

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Coming Out

Coming out as trans taught me who my real friends are. It gave me a freedom and an autonomy over my body and life that I had never known. It was, and is, tough but worthwhile. But this is not a blog post about being trans. I bring this up because when I came out […]

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A day in the life of our Engagement & Outreach Officer

For the first time since starting in 1986, SurvivorsUK has enrolled it’s very own Outreach & Engagement Officer tasked with raising awareness for SurvivorsUK services, as well as educating communities about male rape and sexual violence. Since October 2018, Sam has been all over London (and outside!), talking to organisations, institutions and all individuals about […]

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