Malesurvivor: National Organization Against Male Sexual Victimization

Rating: 4.83 stars   81 reviews

Nonprofit Issues:

Mental Health


4768 Broadway #527 New York NY 10034-4916 USA


We are committed to preventing, healing and eliminating all forms of sexual victimization of boys and men through treatment, research, education, advocacy and activism.

Target demographics:

promote the work of Hope, Healing, and Support for male survivors of sexual trauma and their partners in recovery

Direct beneficiaries per year:

more than 120 male survivors who attended a MaleSurvivor organized recovery event; more than 3000 professionals who attended a MaleSurvivor traiing, and more than 100,000 users who accessed more than 2 million pages on our website in the past year

Geographic areas served:

primarily in the US and Canada


Weekend of Recovery International conference Discussion board and Chat Room Resource Directories Professional Trainings Community Awareness

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Rating: 5 stars  

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When I was taking a criminal justice class in College we had to write about something criminal. I took it upon myself to learn what the long term effects of child sexual abuse were...since I was molested by my step father 22 years before. In preparing for this paper I ran accross a book called Betrayed as Boys: Psychodynamic Treatment of Sexually Abused Men. Guilford Press, 1999, 2001. by Dr. Richard Gartner. On the back of the book I saw that he was on the board of Being that I have never heard of this organization I googled the name and signed up for a Weekend of Recovery that night. This weekend was in May and it is so difficult to explain how it has effected my life. All these years, I finally was able to meet other men who were abused like me. I was able to talk about my feelings and know that no one there would judge me. When I started a MLM business I have committed that 10% of all my profit will go to to help other men find their voice.

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