Effects of sexual abuse in males

Child sexual abuse CSA is a trauma that affects males in substantial numbers, sometimes in ways that are gender-specific e. Much of the identification of the male-specific outcomes has been derived from practitioner experience and small qualitative studies. The current study explores gender-specific outcomes and describes the development of a scale to measure the effects of CSA on men. First, qualitative interviews with 20 men who were sexually abused in childhood were thematically analyzed. The emergent themes of sexuality, self-concept, psychological and emotional well-being, and social functioning were used to construct a item instrument which was later completed by men with histories of CSA. The dimensionality of the 30 items was then assessed for suitability as scales using confirmatory factor analysis CFA.
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Long-term Effects of Child Sexual Abuse

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11 Common Symptoms Experienced by Victims of Childhood Sexual Abuse

Rape is a traumatic experience that affects the victim in a physical, psychological, and sociological way, Even though the effects and aftermath of rape differentiate among victims, individuals tend to suffer from similar issues found within these three categories. Long term reactions may involve the development of coping mechanisms that will either benefit the victim, such as social support, or inhibit their recovery. Common effects experienced by rape victims include: [2] [3]. Research on women in shelters has shown that women who experience both sexual and physical abuse from intimate partners are significantly more likely to have had sexually transmitted diseases. Most rape survivors experience a stronger psychological impact in the initial period after their assault; however, many survivors may experience long-lasting psychological harm.
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11 Common Symptoms Experienced by Victims of Childhood Sexual Abuse

Childhood sexual abuse is a shockingly common and widespread problem. According to a study in "Child Abuse and Neglect," up to 32 percent of women and 14 percent of men in the United States claim to have been molested as children. Victims of childhood sexual abuse develop a variety of negative emotional and behavioral effects, and these effects often extend into adulthood. Adult victims of childhood molestation exhibit a variety of negative emotional effects of their abuse. The most common symptom is depression, reports Dr.
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Male victims of sexual abuse constitute an extremely under-identified, under-served and frequently misunderstood population. Though sexual abuse is under-reported by both males and females, males are in a unique position. Males are far less likely to disclose sexual abuse. Cultural bias, gender identity factors, fear of being labelled homosexual, the perception that males need less support, plus a host of other issues play a role. A cultural bias maintains that males cannot be victims.
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