1 in 16 cisgender men will be sexually assaulted in college.
Men who identify as gay or bisexual are at increased risk of experiencing sexual assault.
It is estimated that 16% of men are sexually abused by the age of 18.
Challenges to Reporting & Seeking Support
- Fear that police, medical professionals, counselors, or other support services may be insensitive to their experience
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- Fear of sexual orientation being questioned.
- Feelings of shame, guilt, and/or embarrassment
Campus and Community Resources
Confidential DU Resources
- CAPE (Center for Advocacy, Prevention, and Empowerment) provides free and confidential advocacy and support to survivors of sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking and harassment.
o Daytime Advocacy: 303-871-3853
o After-Hours Counselor on Call: 303-871-205
o Email: email@example.com
o Address: 1981 S University Blvd., Denver, CO 80210
- Health and Counseling Center provides confidential medical and mental health services.
o Phone: 303-871-2205
o Counselor on Call: 303-871-2205
o Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Non-Confidential DU Resources
- DU's Center for Multicultural Excellence (CME)
o Website: //www.sadieandco.com/cme/
o Phone: 303-871-7650
o Email: email@example.com
- DU Reporting Resources
- 1 in 6
o An online resource and support tool intended to help men
who have had unwanted or abusive sexual experiences
live healthier, happier, lives.
o Website: //1in6.org/
- The Blue Bench
o 24/7 sexual assault hotline, along with SANE Forensic Exam
accompaniment, individual/group therapy, case
management, and prevention/education programming
o Website: //thebluebench.org/
o Phone: 303-322-7273
To learn more, or to connect with an advocate,
contact CAPE directly at 303-871-3853 or firstname.lastname@example.org.