No one would connect the boys to the older, white men - and a pair of Chinese somethings - seated under a tree, or to the young man with the mobile phone leaning on a parked motorbike. The boys, aged from 14 to 24, walk in pairs for greater safety, making eye contact with the men, who then communicate their choices to the man with the mobile phone. Once the deal is done, the boys move to a side alley to wait for their clients. If no one passes muster, the men head to one of dozens of bars and karaoke lounges that offer boys for sex.
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If you need immediate information you can call one of these hour toll-free hotlines. Here I present some key facts about unwanted and abusive sexual experiences of boys — and about men who had such experiences when they were boys. Sadly, there are many myths about these experiences and those who have had them. Our society expects males to be able to protect themselves. Successful men are depicted as never being vulnerable, either physically or emotionally. Whether you agree with that definition of masculinity or not, boys are not men.
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In a society that assumes that everyone is and should be heterosexual and denigrades gay sexuality, some gay male survivors worry that they are gay because they were sexually abused by men. And, some gay men who were sexually abused by women worry that their gay sexuality was formed out of fear and revulsion for women. Similarily, many lesbians sexually abused by men worry that their sexuality is caused by their abuse. Additionally, lesbians sexually abused by women often worry that their sexual involvement with women is a re-enactment of their abuse. And, yet, heterosexual women who were sexually abused by men do not worry that being sexually involved with a man is a re-enactment, or, if they were sexually abused by a woman, that their heterosexual orientation is coming from a revulsion for women.