Published Research

  • Watkins B, Bentovim A. (1992). The Sexual Abuse of Male Children and Adolescents: A Review of Current Research, Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 33:1, pp 197-248
  • Hepburn J.M. (1994). The Implications of Contemporary Feminist Theories of Development for the Treatment of Male Victims of Sexual Abuse, Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 3:4
  • Gilgun, Jane F. & Elizabeth Reiser. (1990) The Development of Sexual Identity Among Men Sexually Abused as Children, Families in Society, 71:9, pp 515-523.
  • Masters W.H. (1986). Sexual Dysfunction as an Aftermath of Sexual Assault of Men by Women, Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, 12:1, pp 35-

Prevalence/Effects

  • Coxell A, King M, Mezey G, Gordon D. (1999). Lifetime Prevalence, characteristics, and associated problems of non-consensual sex in men:cross sectional survey, British Medical Journal, 318, pp 846-849
  • King M., Woolett E. (1997). Sexually Assaulted Males: 115 Men Consulting a Counselling Service, Archives of Sexual Behaviour, 26:6, pp 579-588
  • Coxell A., King M. (1996). Male victims of rape and sexual abuse, Sexual and Marital Therapy, 11:3, pp 297-308
  • Etherington K. (1995). Adult male survivors of childhood sexual abuse, Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 8:3, pp 233-241
  • Lisak D. (1994). The Psychological Impact of Sexual Abuse: Content Analysis of Interviews with Male Survivors, Journal of Traumatic Stress, 7:4, pp 525-547
  • Dimock P.T. (1988). Adult Males Sexually Abused as Children, Journal of Interpersonal Psychiatry, 3:2, pp 203-221
  • Goyer P.F., Eddleman H.C. (1984). Same Sex Rape of Nonincarcerated Men, American Journal of Psychiatry, 141:4, pp 576-579
  • Kaufman A, Divasto P., Jackson R., Voorhees D., Christy J. (1980). Male Rape Victims: Noninstitutionalised Assault, American Journal of Psychiatry, 137:2, pp 221-223
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