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Same-sex rape of nonincarcerated men
Am J Psychiatry 1984;141:576-579.
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Psychiatric evaluations of nonincarcerated adult male victims of same- sex rape have been reported infrequently in the literature. In their work with a population of military men, the authors reviewed the psychiatric evaluations of 13 such victims, ages 18 to 31, over a 2- year period. Most of the men reported mood disturbances (e.g., fear, depression, anger), somatic disturbances (e.g., in sleep, appetite, digestion), and difficulties in peer relationships following the assault, and almost half of these victims reported that they had experienced subsequent sexual problems.

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