If you believe that men can't be raped, well let me say that that your life has been a lie. In our culture every gender is assigned a certain stereotype, and in the LGBT community it's either masculine or feminine and how easy is it to just say men can't be raped. Or if you were rapped to be labeled by a community that is suppose to be there for you?
"Project Unbreakable" a website started in 2011 by Grace Brown, a New York photography student to raise awareness about sexual assault by allowing those who have been victims to use it and tell their story. Survivors hold up posters with quotes from their attackers, and not surprising their are a number of men who volunteered to be a part of the project. Most of the men featured have either been the victims of sexual assault, child abuse, and domestic violence.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), lesbian, gay and bisexual people experience sexual violence at similar or higher rates than heterosexuals. The National Coalition of Anti-Violence Projects (NCAVP) estimates that nearly one in ten LGBTQ survivors of intimate partner violence (IPV) has experienced sexual assault from those partners. Studies suggest that around half of transgender people and bisexual women will experience sexual violence at some point in their lifetime.
HERE'S THEIR VOICE
Images are from the Tumbler page of "Project Unbreakable"