In this final part, I reported on the process that a victim goes through when a rape kit is collected and the impact that can have on the victim. I also covered the resources available for support and help that is available to both male and female victims of sexual assault.
In this third part, I reported on what the Baylor University policy was on paper and what officials at the University reported was the process they followed whenever an accusation of sexual assault was reported to the university.
Sex, Violation, Power: “Our society says ‘it’s on you, you’re a guy, you should have stopped this.’”
In this second installment, I reported on male victims of sexual abuse and the reality the male victims face in dealing with being a victim of sexual abuse and the reactions, stigmas, and myths that surround male victims.
Sex, Violation, Power: “Monsters don’t always sleep under the bed. Sometimes they live down the hall.”
In this first part of the series, I reported on both the general stats of sexual abuse and rape, as well as those that were reported to Baylor University and to the Waco Police in the areas around Baylor. This initial part also covered what was sexual abuse and rape under Texas law and what someone should do if they are a victim.