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Senior Capstone Project Poster, Nebraska College Preparatory Academy/Grand Island Senior High School 2019. University of Nebraska-Lincoln
This research explores the ideologies behind male rape and why it isn’t a larger topic of discussion through means of examining the predators and misconceptions, the victims, and the effects and counseling techniques used to help the victims. The predators and misconceptions includes the types of people who commit the act of male rape and explains what kinds of fallacies the populus believes in about male rape. The victims are men of any race, age, ethnicity, and sexuality. The effects and counseling techniques include depression, anxiety, and other negative mental disorders and counselors use a multitude of techniques to treat and improve the lives of survivors. The research of this paper was conducted from the exploration of three major book sources, three scholastic journals, one academic journal, and one tertiary source. These reliable sources were gathered over time in various ways to help formulate the conclusion of this research to conduct a strong paper.
● The definition of rape varies and is misinterpreted. ● It can happen in the most “secure” systems. ● If a man is raped, one or neither parties could potentially be homosexual. ● The common stigma is that a men can truly stop a rape if he wanted to, due to studies. ● Trauma from these events can be fatal if not treated and counseled.