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Kori and Ezra talk life as a survivor at the Male Survivors National Conference

We heard from many inspiring voices at our Male Survivors National Conference back at the start of November. One of the most powerful talks was this conversational presentation from Kori and Ezra; both male survivors of childhood sexual violence, and powerful advocates for dedicated support of male survivors, ending sexual violence, and systemic change.

Kori runs an instagram where he advocates for survivors, and Ezra works for moMENtum, an organisation that facilitates peer support networks and groups for male survivors.

If you have been affected by and of the issues discussed in this video, please contact any of the following organisations for support: – We offer dedicated support for male victims of sexual trauma is available through trauma informed therapy, or with an Independent Sexual Violence Advisor who can support people through the Criminal Justice process.

We have dedicated team members in the following roles to ensure people can access gender-specific support if they need to.

Male Children and Young Persons’ Independent Sexual Violence Advisor, who works with survivors of sexual violence under the age of 18 going through the criminal justice process.

Male Domestic Abuse Support Advisor, who supports male victims of domestic abuse.

Male Independent Sexual Violence Advisor, who works with adult male survivors of both historic and recent sexual violence, who are going through the criminal justice process or would like advice on whether this is the right path for them.

Other partner organisations in the South West offering Male Specific support is available from the below organisations:

Operation Emotion is a Plymouth based charity that provides services for adult male survivors of sexual abuse, linking with specialist organisations where appropriate. We do not work with perpetrators of sexual abuse.

moMENtum is a mutual support group for male survivors of childhood sexual abuse. We meet as equals for support and to gain an understanding of ourselves and to share information and resources.