Before International Men’s Day, We Speak to Male Abuse Survivors

Exactly how easy is it for a male survivor of domestic abuse, child custody battles to articulate his pain & trauma?

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The voices of male domestic abuse survivors are often not heard.
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19 November has come to be celebrated as International Men’s Day, while all the month of November has almost officially metamorphosed into ‘Movember’ – a month when beards and moustaches are kept firmly in place to raise awareness about men’s health.

Exactly how easy is it for a male survivor of domestic abuse, harassment, child custodial battles to be able to articulate his trauma? In a gathering at Press Club, New Delhi – on the occasion of International Men’s Day – several men got together to discuss how they must talk about their problems and how difficult it has been to verbalise and be vulnerable.

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