STUDY: 51% of Male College Students Report Being Sexually Assaulted

May 1, 2014

The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between college men’ssexual victimization experiences, engagement in a number of health risk behaviors, and sexual functioning. The study also examined sexual victimization by assault severity categories and utilized a multiitem, behaviorally specific, gender-neutral measure.Three hundred and two male college students were recruited for the current study from a midsized Midwestern university. Of these men, 51.2% reported at least one sexual victimization experience since age 16.


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