Facts about rape against men
The Campus Sexual Assault Study found that 1 in 16 cisgender men will be sexually assaulted in college
New research suggests that roughly 19 to 31% of male college students experience some degree of unwanted sexual contact.
The National Crime Victimization Survey found that 38% of the incidents of rape and sexual assault reported in the survey were against men.
Another survey found that nearly 1.267 million men have reported being victims of sexual violence.
One data analysis found 46% of male survivors reported a female perpetrator.
The National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey found that about 40% of gay men and 47% of bisexual men have experienced sexual violence in the US.
Evidence suggests that between 16 and 30% of boys with developmental disabilities would experience a form of sexual abuse before the age 18.
Approximately 40% of both middle and high school boys report being sexually harassed and about 28% reported being assaulted by peers.
Studies have shown that men with disabilities are almost twice as likely to experience abuse or coerced into sex compared to men without physical disabilities.
Little research has been done to investigate the trends of sexual assault against males, limiting our understanding of the prevalence of sexual violence against men and boys.