This monthly article has to do with the silence that surrounds sexual assault on college campuses and in our society. The particular focus of this article is on men as victims of sexual violence.

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The author highlights the hope that exists for our community through the awareness, intervention and prevention work we are doing.

How does violence prevention work on college campuses look like? What tactics or tools are used in order to ensure that men in all-male or mixed gender groups are treated not only as perpetrators or potential perpetrators, but also as victims, witnesses and bystanders to violence? How is the full range of experiences that men and women may have with violence honored? When people assert: “men are victims too,” what is the response that is generally given and how does that response set the tone for the rest of the discussion?