Research suggest that men get raped and sexually assaulted as often as women by both men and women. Yet male rape is a lot less reported because of societal factors, gender roles and a whole bunch of horrible myths that stop men from reporting rape and sexual assault. Also, it’s important to note that talking about male rape isn’t about stopping or taking the focus away from female rape, instead it’s actually about highlighting something that isn’t spoken about in society. All rape and sexual assault whether it’s against a man or woman is flat out wrong and it should never happen. Therefore, in this forensic psychology podcast episode, we’ll explore male rape and why an erection isn’t consent. If you like learning about forensic psychology, sexual crimes and why people do this crime then you’ll enjoy today’s episode.

Note: there are NO graphic details in this episode.

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