Sexual Assault of Men Played for Laughs - Part 1 Male Perpetrators

Published on Sep 24, 2020

It’s hard to overstate just how common jokes about men being sexually assaulted or sexually harassed are in entertainment media. Comedic situations are typically designed to demean, humiliate, or emasculate a male character for being the victim, or potential victim, of sexual violence. This is the 1st of two video essays on this topic. Part 1 focuses on humor involving men sexually assaulting or harassing other men. Part 2 examines media in which women are depicted as the perpetrators.

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• How to support male survivors:
• Black & Pink:
• Just Detention International:
• Statistics and facts about sexual violence:

• Cameron Esposito's "Rape Jokes" standup special:
• Terry Crews speaking to the US Congress:
- The Rape Jokes We Still Laugh At | New York TImes
• List of movies including jokes about men being abused:
• List of TV shows including jokes about men being abused:


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