I'm a professor of Biblical Studies, a survivor, and I also lead a support group for other male survivors. I would like to hear from people about what is done at their church for male survivors. This concerned me enough to write a book (recently #7 on Amazon's books addressing sexual abuse), http://www.amazon.com/Long-Journey-Home-Understanding-Collaborative/dp/1608993957/ref=tmm_pap_title_0
The Sandusky scandal, his arrogant show at his recent sentencing, and the emergence of his male victims has created a vital opportunity for Christian leaders to discuss this openly, and also admit the presence of male survivors in our churches.
I would like to know how God's people can do a better job addressing this and stamp out stereotypes that keep men, husbands, and fathers from addressing their abuse.
I would like to have some dialogue about this, but all my effort on your site--even creating a login-in and brief profile--have not been met with any interaction.
Andrew J. Schmutzer, PhD