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Duncan Craig, the founder and chief executive of Survivors Manchester, a charity supporting men who have experienced sexual violation, said: “This really is a groundbreaking piece of work by Dr Weare.
”We have got to break the silence on this and let men know that we are here to listen and support them when needed.“ The research project was funded by a Lancaster University Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Knowledge Exchange Grant.
“The offence of rape can only be committed by men due to the requirement of penile penetration of the victim.
The majority of the participants who completed the survey reported that they knew the woman, often as an acquaintance or a friend, and just over half were in, or had been in, a relationship with the perpetrator.”The 'hidden' nature of this crime and the 'complex' gender dynamics involved means that huge numbers of survey participants were highly unlikely - not because this isn't happening to men, but because many are made to feel too ashamed or feel too distressed to report it.“ Dr Weare said it was difficult to know the prevalence of forced-to-penetrate cases in the UK, but research in the US in 2010 found that approximately one in 21 men reported being ”made to penetrate“ someone else during their lifetime, with 79 per cent of cases involving a female perpetrator.She added: ”The term 'forced to penetrate' has been coined for these cases because, while they involve non-consensual penile penetration, they do not fall under the offence of rape.‘That is why I will say isolate the crazy gay animals, study their behaviour because it is not normal,’ he continued.‘The very idea of sex even among animals is for procreation.
Telling lies, threats to end a relationship, warnings of rumour-spreading and verbal abuse were cited by 22 per cent of men in the survey.